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Subwoofer controls I just hooked up an amp and subwoofers to my unit. I can't remember how to get to the subwoofer controls on the player

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  • tonyanaek Jul 31, 2008

    kdc mp 628

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    i have a kenwood kdc-bt742u and need to get back to my subwoofer controls....system needs more BASS!

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What model of head deck amp & do have???
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