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Old 07-18-2005, 01:58 PM
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i can think of 3 ways that might help.

1. give them all to me, that will definitely bring down the banging.

2. try using dynamat or hushmat, or something like that. my friend did that and it helped a lot. dont put it right behind u, leave it in the trunk, or else ul vibrate yourself right out of the car. also tighten anything thats loose or might get loose ( especially the lisence plate, lot of people forget that). lots of my friends put subs in there car (im in high school so i mean A LOT) and forget to tighten things down so it sounds like $H!T.

3. turn down your gain and bass boost. if u have a mono amp, try to trade for a stereo amp, might bring it down.

hey its your car and money. i dont mind if u have as sub as u want, just dont play c(rap) and i dont mind.

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Old 07-18-2005, 03:55 PM
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There might be a couple ways to fix your problem of your subs being too loud...

1) Try playing with the frequency and bass settings on the back of your amp to how hard or soft you want them to bump.. Tune the frequency first and then the bass.

2) Get rid of 2 subs and 2 should be just fine you don't need all of that in ur car and you wouldn't have to spend as much money on Dynomat or Hushmat or none at all.

Try those things and see if that works.
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