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bass seems to punchy/not deep with sundown/f150

Old 07-25-2018, 07:54 PM
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bass seems to punchy/not deep with sundown/f150

I have been doing my research and maybe I am just not understanding the terminology right but all I can find is people talking about getting or wanting to achieve punchy bass. I seem to have too much of it after my last build in my 2018 F150 crewcab. I have a pair of Sundown E series 10" in a fox acoustic box

The box is ported, tuned to 26hz and around 2.05 cubic feet. very limited for an f150 for box sizes! Subs are powered by a alpine pd-m12 amp set to about 70hz for crossover. I noticed after my build that the bass seems very punch compared to old car an escape suv with a alpine 15 type r in a ported box. Now that sub was pointed up and port back and sounded amazing and the fox box is pointing downward firing.

The sundowns seem to have the output but I can't get the bass to sound deep or it seems every much boosted at 100-200hz maybe? sorry no expert just sound really excess kick drum or upper bass freq.

How can i get it deeper with the existing setup? can I stuff polyfill into the box to help it appear bigger to the subs? i think that is about it unless I am missing something.

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F-150 SUPERCREW 2-10" VENTED 2009-18

pic of my amps for amp "****".....
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