Building trunk area for subs?

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    AJ, how do you like it? It seems like a real nice unit. I made a few settings. What are your settings? Do you have a subwoofer.

    SOUND SETUP:

    C.Audio - ?
    EQ10 Preset - Rock
    EQ10 Setting - ?
    DSEE - I think I set to "on"
    Loudness - On
    SW Level - ?
    SW Phase - ?
    LPF Freq - I believe "100Hz" (seemed to get better highs)
    LPF Slop - ?
    HPF Freq - ?
    HPF Slop - ?
    AUX Vol - ?
    BTA Vol - ?
     
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    First I'll start by saying, I have it in my '12 Civic, not my Camaro. Obviously I have different equipment, too. I have Coustic Audio 6.5" components in my door with only the HU powering them. I also have two 10" Fosgate P3 10" subs in a ported enclosure tuned for 40Hz with a Kicker ZX1500.1 running them at 4 ohms (roughly 750 watts), so while my settings work for me, you should only use them as a starting point.

     
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    Thanks AJ, that helped a lot. I have two Infinity Kappa 6x9's in the rear tray and 2 Infinity Kappa 6.5's in the front toe kick. They're powered with the Rockford Fosgate P600x4 and the RF P500x1BD for the subs. I'll have to mess with mine settings to find what sounds best. Thanks for the info.
     
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    You're welcome.

    Let me know when you want to start playing with the listening position. First recommendation I'll make is, if you have an Android phone, or access to one (a friend's), you can download the app-remote from Google Play and you can fine tune the timing alignment in millisecond increments. It's nice. :D
     

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