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Old 08-12-2012, 03:58 AM
LoneTex LoneTex is offline
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Default Speaker Help!

In my 03 Ram Lonestar 1500 i have a 600 watt amp on a 12 and a 10. When i turn it up to hear my subs and bass, my door and rear speakers start going through hell. I dont want to blow them. is there any way i can hear the bass of my subs but not hurt my stock speakers?
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Old 08-12-2012, 10:06 PM
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What type HU are you using? If it is stock you can install a crossover and eliminate the range of bass tones from the door speakers. My Pioneer HU has a decent EQ which allows me to set the signals to send to the speakers. I also have the HP filter on my amp set to only allow HIGH PASS frequencies to be pushed to the door speakers.
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