@H1hummerh2 since You purchased everything through Fat Head Cycles, might be worth a call or email and see if they have a tune for the setup you purchased from them.
I’m sure they would definitely help you.Only thing I purchased through them was the HU. Everything else was bought separately. But I’ll be they’ll still be happy to help. I’ve heard nothing but good things.
Thanks. Do you recommend setting the amp gain at a lower level:lower voltage?30v is 225w which is the top end of what those speakers will take. Do NOT run your volume past 37, ever. No matter how kick ass the song is, don’t go past 37. Congrats on getting your install done with ease.
I have the amp set at Full Pass, which I understood to mean I don’t need to mess with the frequency. If I need to adjust to high pass, then I’ll need help understanding how to set the frequency. Is that also done with a multimeter?28.2 Volta is 200w and I believe that’s a more appropriate power level. I know it’s a pain to go properly reset gains, trust me. The other piece of the puzzle is where you have the HP frequency set. If you’re set at 100-120hz, you’re probably safe. If you’re down in the 80s, you absolutely need to back the gain down and move that crossover up. Those speakers aren’t designed to play 80Hz - regardless of what anyone else says.
If I were building this for a buddy, I’d tune the amp to 26-27v which is 175-180 area, I’d set the HP crossover at or above 100 and send him down the road, never to touch it again. And make sure that he never turns it past the volume we set the amp at. In this case 37.