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Username: Jbaker97

Houston, Tx Usa

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-05
I know that your highs and mids are supposed to come from the front. but I installed 4 rockford stage 3 10" subs and now my 5 1/4 diamond audio components cant keep up. what can I do for more volume?

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Username: Kojak28

Augusta, GA USA

Post Number: 107
Registered: Feb-05
What amp u got for the comps?

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Username: Geekbike

Post Number: 72
Registered: Dec-04
Turn the gains on your sub amp down to lower the output of your subs to match your front.

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Username: Jbaker97

Houston, Tx Usa

Post Number: 16
Registered: Mar-05
I have a RF 50.2

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Username: Hudat

Post Number: 7
Registered: Mar-05
turn your bass down on your deck and lower your mid and raise your high. when you turn it up you can still get the same bass usually but you should be able to get more high to match that bass. you will basically be getting more volume and you can get the same amount of bass. thats what i did. all i could hear was bass cause i stood up a couple subs in the backseat. so what I did is I turned the bass down on my pioneer deck and when i cranked the volume higher, I got the same bass output but ALOT more highs to slice through the bass. sounds great to me.
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