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Question What are your settings on your Head unit?

Im wanting to get the max amount of power from my Alpine head unit, pioneer amp, and dual MTX 10's.

Im not the best with audio so if you could, recommend a good setting like mhz or whatever it is I should set my HU at, that would be awesome!

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depends on the system and what sound you're going for. usually i have bass on the speakers down, treble up, gain high, and the subs cranked... if u have subs its more about setting up your amp than your hu
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whatever the stock one is set at.
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whatever the stock one is set at.
I think most people are the same way
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I think most people are the same way
ive been rocking blown stock speakers for almost three years now too.
ill get around to replacing..... eventually.
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lol. i cant stand stock stereos
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ive been rocking blown stock speakers for almost three years now too.
ill get around to replacing..... eventually.
man...even the throw aways at wal-mart are better lol. when i start working there i'll buy you some with the employee discount
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80hz, higher will give you more opwer but you dont want more then 80hz. I think thats the middle setting.

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80hz, higher will give you more opwer but you dont want more then 80hz. I think thats the middle setting.
Alright thanks.
I had it on 120hz for a while...
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