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post #1 of 5 Old April 17th, 2011, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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New headunit severely lacking bass to speakers

Hey guys i searched but couldn't find something that pertained to my issue, Well yesterday i installed a new kenwood Double din head unit and an older amplifier, the amplifier is getting power but wont turn on and we think its just the remote wire but thats not the issue at hand. The issue is the car's factory speakers are not getting any bass at all. Even with the bass turned all the ways up, Its the 4 speaker non shaker system. Will rep for good answers, Thanks

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is the Low pass filter set too high on the HU?

and for the amp, just take a piece of wire and connect the pos cable and remote wire on the amp together. if it doesnt turn on, the amp needs repaired or replaced.

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is the Low pass filter set too high on the HU?

and for the amp, just take a piece of wire and connect the pos cable and remote wire on the amp together. if it doesnt turn on, the amp needs repaired or replaced.
Sorry im kind of a noob at this, but how exactly do i change the low pass filter on my head unit? The head unit is still on all factory settings the way it was when it turned on for the first time, and the amp and sub currently are not hooked up, just trying the figure out the speaker bass issue first. I really appreciate the help

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go through the sound settings, or advanced settings, it should say LPF or low pass filter. turn it to 80hz or so, 60hz if you realllly want to

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go through the sound settings, or advanced settings, it should say LPF or low pass filter. turn it to 80hz or so, 60hz if you realllly want to
Thank you so much, i couldn't find exactly what you where saying but found a similar setting and got it working great,I feel like an idiot now would double rep if i could Repped

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