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With most car stereos, My bass and treble is basically broken down to three adjustments to tweak for sound quality.

low -10 to +10,
mid -10 to +10, and
hi -10 to +10.

I listen to oldies which I just expect a clean sound, and then I have modern instrumental music with crisp high end, and rich deep bass. I still end up with a tinny sound with both of these extremes.

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