Okay, so I have a Pioneer DEH-P330 head unit, driving stock components in the front and nothing in the rear. This HU allows for lots of different crossover levels for the speakers and sub output. So many, in fact, I'm getting a bit confused.
When I say I have stock components, I mean that the factory system has a door midwoofer and a dash-mounted tweeter. I am assuming that the factory speakers should not be made to dig down low, if at all possible, so I'm trying to eliminate the low frequencies from that output. I have the option for a High Pass Filter, and the available settings are 50, 80, or 125 hz. Anything below whatever it's set at, gets thrown out.
I'm guessing.... just guessing... that I should set the High Pass at 125. My two DB104 subs should be able to reach up that high without any issues.
NOW, with the subs. I am once again ASSUMING, that I want to set my Subwoofer to 125hz as well. The way I'm reading the manual, it will then send anything under 125hz to the subs. The available options here are also, 50, 80, or 125.
Am I right? Should I forget about the sub output setting, and just send a full signal to the subs so that I can adjust the cutoff point higher at the amp? What's going to give my DB104's the best sound?