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I agree! Npdang really can tun a sub. However, his sub tuning may not be for everyone. Everyone has different preference, also depends greatly on what you listen to.

In short: His tuning involves runing your sub full pass, but attenuating it rather large. That way it blends right into the music with the mids. Time alignment may be needed (slightly).

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Daitrong, it's not that concrete. There's always all the choices you have inbetween. I personally liked my bass a little more than NPDang's. My carpool make begs me to turn the sub up like +12dbs before he's happy with his rap tunes :)

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My only advice really is that make sure you have a smooth changing response, if not flat response. Any serious or abrupt peaks/dips in the response will not sound good. And take care that you have good mid to sub integration.

Yes, I do tune to a flat response which is not agreeable to many people. Personally, I like it to sound more like a well done home setup than a car, in which the bass is as transparent as possible. But if you like something more agressive, usually a 3-6db per octave boost from 100hz and down works well as long as it's a smooth increase.
 
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