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I have kenwood kdc116s and i have it running a subwoofer and i keep gettin voice through my sub and i need to know if the kenwwod has a low pass filter or a high pass filter

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Are there rcas on the back of the deck that say subwoofer????? if not then there is probably not . you can also go into the menu and see if it has subwoofer on/off.

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