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    Lpf/hpf?

    I have not been able to find anything clear on the LPF and HPF settings.
    On my head unit (Sony CDX-M630) For LPF I can select 75 Hz, 125 Hz, or off. For the HPF I can select the same.
    Now since I'm using a computer,, I would assume I want the equalizer from the HU off, right?
    Speakers are Pioneer 3Way 6X9's in the doors, two JL Audio 10" subs in sealed truck cab boxes, and a Pioneer GM-X692 760W 2 channel amp.
    Also the amp has an LPF on/off setting, what should that be set to?

    Well I tried to be as specific as I could. Thanks for any help
    Budd

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    the lpf is for the sub rca output of the radio, set that to 75

    the hpf is for the front and rear rca outputs, set to 75 also

    set the lpf on the amp to ON since the amp is only running subs

    make sense?

    btw - is this a dodge ram?
    Jan Bennett
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    Thanks once again Red GTi
    Yeah, it's a Ram, just curious, how'd ya guess?

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    by 9s in the doors, and 2 - 10" truck box...

    not many trucks out there that take 6x9s in the doors

    Jan Bennett
    FS: VW MKIV Bezel for 8" Lilliput - 95% Finished

    Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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