Question about Car Audio & Video
I have an amp that is bridged into a 12" sub. i can hear all frequencies. i have adjusted the amp as well as settings on my deck and i still hear the mid and high ranges.
What kind of amp do i need or what else can i do (accesories) to correct this.
Have you tried setting the LPF lower. This is the low pass filter and its setting only allows frequencies below its setting to pass. Also you might have a switch that needs to be set to LPF.
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
i think you need a car head stereo unit that have separate rca 1 for sub (non-fader) and 1 for front
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
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