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Old 12-11-2004, 11:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I got a bass remote with my amp and i'm looking for places to mount it. I don't really wanna cut a whole in any of the interior paneling. Does anyone have bass remotes and where did u mount them? I've also just thought about just leaving it sit in my center console and not even mount it. If u got any ideas that would be great
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You could drill in the center console and put it in the bottom of the cup holder, maybe the rear cup holder even. Just a thought because I have not seen a single cup that sits all the way down in the front cup holder.
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why use it? All it does is adjust the gain. You should find the max gain setting by turning the music up to loudest you will ever listen to it, and with gain on minium, turn it up until the sub starts to distort.

Any adjustments later on can be made by adjusting the bass freq/level/sub volume on the HU.
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