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Kicker pack (dx100.2) tuning

I have a kicker pack (dx100.2) i was just wondering how i should tune it for rnb music? when its loud it sounds a bit shaky.

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You probably have it too loud. Adjust it little by little until it sounds right for you. 1/4 turns at a time.

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