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Boom is sourced in the midbass, roughly 80 to 160Hz, and usually indicates a cab that's too small and/or a driver that has too high a Qts for the box size. But being in that octave it also probably indicates the crossover frequency is too high, so the first thing to try is reducing the crossover frequency.
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