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Setting low pass and bass eq on amp

I am powering one 15inch Kicker L7 (2000 watt peak, 1000 watt rms) at 1ohm

what low pass HZ setting do i set it to and how do i set the bass eq without damaging either of the equipment.

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the only thing that might damage equiptment other than playing it too loud would be running at 1 ohm if not supported by the amplifier.

as far as the eq and crossover settings, that is dependent on personal preference, and the acoustics of the paticular vheicle installed

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