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Originally Posted by lavasubs
Here is what 13dB boost @ 40Hz is referring to.
Normally at about 40 -45 Hz the subwoofer starts to roll off or you don't hear any output from the sub at those frequencies. So to help off set the roll off and increase the output between 40 Hz-45Hz there is a 13 dB electronic EQ at 40 Hz. What this will do, is when the subwoofer hits the frequency 40Hz the EQ will increase the output of the subwoofer by 13dB so that you will still be about to hear the low frequencies.
Thanks, thats what I expected to hear.
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