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I got a 800 watt amp from my friend and he didnt have instruction

I wanted to know if anyone can tell me where i can get instructions for this amp or if they can tell me how to take the treble out of the subs and leave me with more bass.

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  • Millionaire3 May 18, 2009

    its a pioneer gm-7300m could be wrong but im pretty sure thats it cause it looks exactly like it

  • Millionaire3 May 19, 2009

    hey what is the Speaker Input feature on the amp? and how would i use it?

  • Millionaire3 May 19, 2009

    ok got you

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What's the exact model of your amp? For taking the higher frequencies/treble out of the subwoofer, the amp should have a little button on the side that says "Hi Pass" or "Low Pass" or maybe an adjustable knob-thing that says "X-Over". These will set a cut-off frequency for your sub output. Some amps don't have this feature, but many do.

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    Sphynkter May 18, 2009

    You can find the owner's manual for your amp here:



    http://pioneerusa.com/pio/pe/images/port...



    On page 1 of the manual, it displays the location of the Low-Pass filter for your sub control. THis is how you would cut the treble out of your sub and get more bass. Bass Bass. Rock on with your bad self...

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    Sphynkter May 19, 2009

    The Speaker Input on your amp is used only when you don't have RCA outputs from your head unit. Speaker-level inputs are the backup-plan. If your head unit has RCA outputs, and your amp has RCA inputs, that's all you should use. The Speaker Input is used when no RCA cables are available. In this case, you would steal the speaker wires from (for example) the rear deck speakers in the car, and feed them into the amp. The amp would then take speaker wire, convert it to a usable signal, and then amplify that. You shouldn't use this feature if you have RCA cables from the head unit.

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