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Old 07-28-2016, 04:11 AM   #1
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Car Audio Settings - HPF vs. LPF?

The following is the current configuration in my F150:

- 4 Kicker KS68 Speakers
- Kenwood 1000 Watt Class D Mono Amp
- 12" Rockford Fosgate P3S12 (sealed enclosure)

Given my current setup, what do you think I should set my HPF and LPF to? As of right now, they are both turned off and it sounds great. I was just curious as to if there's a better setting I could be utilizing.
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Re: Car Audio Settings - HPF vs. LPF?

I am assuming your sub is run off of the class D amp and the 4 speakers are being run from headunit. Turning the lpf on and set to about 70-80 Hz will block the sub from playing frequencies above that - might make it sound a little better.
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