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Rockford Fosgate Problem in Nissan Titan

I have a Rockford Fosgate system in my Nissan Titan. Recently i have noticed that the base from the sub is way higher than normal on FM radio stations, but seems to be normal when in CD mode. Any Ideas?

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Some decks save different settings on different sources. Make sure that the bass settings are not up higher on the radio sources and lower on the CD sources.

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