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Old July 3rd 03, 07:07 PM
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Default Low pass filter question...

In article >, "Hallraker" > wrote:
>I've got a Kenwood HU with controls for a built in low pass filter. I also
>have a Pioneer amp, I think it's a GM-X542 or something like that, with it's
>own low pass filter. Now I don't have the manual for the amp as it was a
>secondhand special, but I'm curious as to the frequency it passes and
>whether it would be better to use the filter in the head unit or the one on
>the amp. Early experiments using the head unit's filter aren't as loud as
>when using the filter on the amp, but seem to sound cleaner. I'm all for
>clean sound, but I do like the extra punch I seem to get when using the
>amp's LPF. If it matters, the amp is powering an old 12" Pioneer sub, can't
>remember the exact model number. I've got more testing to do on it, and
>I'll ultimately go with what I feel sounds best, but I'm looking for
>opinions anyway.

Go with the one that sounds best to you. Thats what you will end up doing regardless.



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