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Oeking87
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 What Hz I Should Run Stock Speakers At?

Ok I got a Alpine cda-9886 in my 2004 buick lesabre with 6x9 in the rear and two peice speakers in front not sure how big but there is tweeters in the top of the doors and something in the lower part and i was wounding what to set my headunit setting at for the bass hertz and the trebiles htz it sould alright now but i just guessed and did it by ear i just would like someone else is thoughts on the subject. P.s. BL -2 Tl +3 SWL +15 Got Four 12" Type R's In That B****!

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I have an alpine cda117, Pioneer ts-d720c comp set w/pioneer4200d amp. and when my 2 12'' subs(sony xplod gtr2002, jl 12wx) are off i turn the hz to 60hz and they sound as good as they'll get but with the subs on i set them at 80hz. I can set them at 60 but the sub will cover the frequency there and they sound better at 80hz for me.

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you want to put the speakers at a reasonable low frequency without them distorting and to fill the void between the sub's high point and coaxial speakers low point.

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