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Subs were fine with old aftermarket radio, but with new radio, there's too much bass.

I had to change out my radio cause I sit so far back in the car I needed a remote but the old radio (Alpine CDE-9874) had a separate setting to control the "Sub Output" and the new radio (Boss 830UA) doesn't have that setting. Is there a dial I can put inline or some device like they have for home speaker systems (like the Dell ones I have or Logitech systems have on the sub housing)? Right now the only way to dim the sub is to bring the sound to the front speakers and not use the back as much...


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what kind of amp do you have?

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I have 1 400 Alpine Amp, 1 10" Alpine sub, 2 10" subs I forget brand all in the trunk, 4 regular Alpine Speakers inside the cab.

I forget the model # of the amp...

went out to look, it is model # MRP-M450

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I was told it was a 1000watt amp but upon research it is a 400Watt

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My neighbor said I have to adjust the dials on the Amp itself but I'm looking for more of a dial I can tune per song and mount in the dash somewhere...

See here in East Oakland (In the "Killing Zone") I like to have the bass booming, cause that is normal and me being white is not helpful if I were to play music with no bass but when I'm around my parents house in Fremont and pretty much everywhere else, I want the music to sound right. So I'm looking for a solution to this....

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Got the "Bass Knob" has 2 dials, got it on eBay $12... Fixed the Bass...

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