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Tuning by a shop?

dingdong555

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Hey there.

Roughly how much should I be expecting to pay to get a shop to tune my subs (2x12" Pioneers, Sony X-Plode 1200watt amp) and 6.5 splits + 6.5" speakers (Off an Alpine MRP-F300 amp)??

Anyone used Alberts in Joondalup before?
 

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Are you talking about tuning via the amps or the head unit? Problem with tuning via the head unit is that you will instantly lose any settings once you disconnect the battery. Tuning is very straight forward unless your talking about RTA, just jump on google and spend some time researching and you will find all the answers you need.

No point in paying some one to tune something to what sounds good to them, let them do that in their own car.
 

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Tuning the amps mainly.... at the moment the bass it just constant, not "punching" you so to speak.
 

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Tuning the amps mainly.... at the moment the bass it just constant, not "punching" you so to speak.
There are two controls on the amp you need to worry about, gain and crossovers, how hard do you think it is to set these?

The sub and the enclosure will be more important in determining how punchy the bass is. Oh and the music too.
 
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