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I've got everything i need for the setup I want, and it is 99% installed, Eclipse avn6620 + Infinity Kappa 6.5 Components + Infinity Kappa 6X9's + A 5 channel infinity refrence amp + a 12 inch pioneer sub that I bought off a guy in the box for 20 bucks and haven't gotten around to updating it yet.

Anyway, my question is when tuning, the amp has the standard gain knobs but in addition it also has frequency knobs. To get the most out of my system should i set the frequency levels exactly to the specs on the individual speakers? For example I've got the components running through the built in high pass filter, should i set the frequency to the highest or lowest frequency number the speakers are capable of? I've got the 6X9's running through the low pass and have the frequency set a little bit higher than "sub-level" because they are punchy enough to make a decent sound of bass drums and instruments of that nature while listening to to faster "punk rock," with the sub set pretty low to push the deep bass notes like while listening to hardcore gangster rap.

I've installed everything myself, I've done many before for friends, however I've never actually "tuned" before so if I could get ANY help at all here I would appreciate it. And if anyone else has any tips or advice I would love to hear it. Thanks.
 

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Thanks for all of the replies. That's how I've set everything up this far, isolate each individual set of speakers and tweaking the amp (gain settings and frequency) until it sounds good and I have just about got it where I like it. I think that I just need help fine tuning and making it "PERFECT" you know. I would hate after all of the money and time I've spent on it, to not be getting full performance from it, performance not meaning loud and obnoxious, but crystal clear, the way music should be heard.
 
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