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I admit I have Cerwin Vega At-15 400watt speakers. Now I also have a 30 band graphic equalizer that drops down to 31.5HZ. Now I personally have this "bass test" file in my pc and I uploaded it to a website so that others may download. Try it out and give some feedback. The file is about 20meg in size

http://www.supload.com/sound_confirm.php?get=116828524.wav

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Alright now that I have downloaded your sweet little file.. since I am not an audio expert.. I have a pair of logitech Z-2200 http://www.fastlanehw.com/reviews.php?i=98&page=2

and a Creative Labs Audigity 2 notebook edition..

http://www.creative.com/products/product.asp?category=1&subcategory=205&product=10769

I moved my sub from the corner of my room because my room mates were complaining about the noise..  However, I am now missing a large gap it seems in between the satellite speakers and the sub woofer..  It leaves a feeling of being on an airplane kinda..  So my question is.. I can adjust the Cutoff Frequency for the sub.. currently it is sitting at 20Hz..  How high should I move it and if I were to move it would there be any harm to the system?

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Well guys have a question or yall car system guys. Well i first got the car to replaced the factory radio with a Dual XDM6825 HU and preplaced the door speakers with 6X8 Lightning audio. To my amp i have 6 AWG power and ground wire and a .5 Farad comapsitor. The amp was a 450 Watt  Lightning audio.

Allright now Im steping up my system. I now currently have a Kenwood KDC-MP5032 HU

]http://www.crutchfield.com/S-K1oinGV2dyu/cgi-bin/ProdView.asp?g=300&tab=essential_info&i=113MP5032#Tab]

Still using the same Lightning Audio 6X8 (they sound alot cleaner with this kenwood) and using the same 6 AWG Power, ground wire and Farad.

In the process i went with a lot bigger amp. Rockford Fosgate P4002 amp. 400 RMS X 1 4 ohms 1200 Max Power. On the PERFORMANCE VERIFICATION CERTIFICATE the amp put out 561 RMS X 1 4 ohms and 1683 Max power

http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/products/product_details.asp?cat_id=2&series_id=6&family_id=20&item_id=101275&locale=en_US

Ok After me saying all that, im running in to one problem. My .5 farad isnt cutting it!  My head lights dim down everytime the bass hits. Well i cant make up my mind if i should got with a 1 Farad or go with a 2. One more question lets say i went and got a 1 farad could i put the 1 farad with the .5 farad??

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Just popped in here to check this out and couldn't figure out what equipment you guys were using and no mention of any bodies of water neither. I  :idiot2: realized  :oops: it's not about fishing.  :uglystupid2: 

I was hoping for some hew fishing lures.  :huh:

But I never thought vibrating things...wait I guess I did get told to turn it down a bunch.  :evil6: Never mind.  :wink:

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As far as I can remember when I was installing car Amps I always tried to go 1000 watts a 1 Farad Cap

I would Recommend the 2 Farad cap its always better to have more then you need and since your rockford was close to 1700....

Of course thats just my opinion I havent been in the Car Audio scene for a couple years

just remember to keep that cap as close to the amp as possible I dont recommend it being any further then 3 or 4 feet

Enjoy your amp

Oh and please dont rattle my windows at 4 AM Only between 6 AM and 11PM are permitted thanx

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