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I have an older dual channel 1200 watt Sony Xplod amp. I have it hooked up to 2 12-inch Pioneer subs. I want to tweek the amp settings to get a bit more solid bass but I'm not sure which option on my amp will help me do that. I have the following options:

Level
Low Boost
Filter


Can someone please explain what each of these options does and/or which one I can tweek to get a bit more solid bass without messing with the overall sound which is near-perfect.
 

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Level is the gain setting on the amp (this is not a volume knob, this is used to match the amps inputs to the radio's outputs)

low boost is bassboost, I suggest leaving it at 0

Filter is the freq you are choosing to send to the sub woofers
 

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Level is the gain setting on the amp (this is not a volume knob, this is used to match the amps inputs to the radio's outputs)

low boost is bassboost, I suggest leaving it at 0

Filter is the freq you are choosing to send to the sub woofers
Thanks for the info, You're the Man! It sounds really good so I didn't wanna go and mess around with the settings without knowing what I was doing. lol Since I still have a the stock radio (for now) adjusting the bass from there doesn't help much.
 
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