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Old 04-01-2019, 09:13 PM
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I have upgraded the speakers in door and rears to ts a878 and ts g520. Now my kenwood kmr-d372bt now the radio has these setting in the setup.
xover
tweeter frq 1khz to 12.5khz
front hpf 30hz to 250hz
slope -60db to -24db
Rear also has these setting.
Question is what should these be set at?
Also I ask about low volume at rear speakers this week when off will try and adjust pots on roem vet 1 a little better.

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You need to leave the front cross over off since it also feeds the factory sub amp. The 3.5" has a built in high pass capacitor.
The rear can be set around 50 or 60 hz.

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You need to leave the front cover off since it also feeds the factory sub amp. The 3.5" has a built in high pass capacitor.
The rear can be set around 50 or 60 hz.
What do you mean by front cover? Also should I enable subwoofer?
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What do you mean by front cover? Also should I enable subwoofer?
Sorry.. typo.. cross over.
Leave subwoofer disabled until you add a dedicated amp and sub. This control your sub one-out. (RCA jacks)
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Hey thanks for the help and the diagram make sense now. When I am off this week going to try and adjust roem vet1 like this.
https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...roem-vet1.html

See if this helps equalize the sound between front and back. Could be like some have said the base is over powering everthing
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