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Swapped out cd players now getting high pass through subs

Took out clairon cd player and installed alpine cda-9885 and now I cant get it to stop playing highs through my sub.

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This is very easy...just unplug the rca cables out of the back of the deck, and plug them into the "subwoofer" output. On some alpine decks this is on a "pigtail" wire that extends from the deck. Once this is connected to the right output, you can control the subwoofer level from the volume knob by pressing it inwards.
Also.... your amplifier should have a low pass filter, it should be on a switch marked "LPF". Make sure this is switched on.

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