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As the title suggests. Looking for ideas for where to add mine! Thanks!

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, Silva said:

 

As the title suggests. Looking for ideas for where to add mine! Thanks!

 

 

 

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This i think depends on what bass knob    

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JL audio RLC knob. Velcroed bottom and back. I didn’t want to drill holes anywhere ;-)

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Just to clarify any bass knob that has thr "phone" cable i refer to as a distortion knob.  It ony boosts the frequency in which the amp is set.  What you want is a pac lc1 knob.  20bucks off amazon

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What exactly is this "bass knob" ?  What does it do?

Can you add it to factory Bose system?

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25 minutes ago, Sierra Dan said:

What exactly is this "bass knob" ?  What does it do?

Can you add it to factory Bose system?

A badd knob that comes withthe amp will boost the frequency that the amp is set at. Mostly 45htz

 

A pac lc1 decreases and increases the signal in easier terms for the whole range

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So this is an aftermarket item and not something that can be used with the factory bose amp?

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3 hours ago, 2009GMC said:

JL audio RLC knob. Velcroed bottom and back. I didn’t want to drill holes anywhere ;-)

Awesome thanks for sharing! Did you have to remove the bottom panel to run the wire?

 

1 hour ago, Nasty said:

Just to clarify any bass knob that has thr "phone" cable i refer to as a distortion knob.  It ony boosts the frequency in which the amp is set.  What you want is a pac lc1 knob.  20bucks off amazon

I'm not sure what this is all about I'm just looking for pictures man lol

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you want pics...

 

my 4-string washburn acoustic:

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my 5-string fender jazz:

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just look at those good lookin' bass knobs!!!  bahahahaha!!!

 

on a serious note - on my old truck i had a bass knob for my system, but it was tucked away by the sub - i found it was pretty much set it and forget it.

 

do you find that you need to be constantly adjusting the bass level so the need for easy access to the knob?

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31 minutes ago, Silva said:

Awesome thanks for sharing! Did you have to remove the bottom panel to run the wire?

 

I'm not sure what this is all about I'm just looking for pictures man lol

No removal nessassary. Lots of room to run wire if you tilt or telescope wheel

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40 minutes ago, Silva said:

Awesome thanks for sharing! Did you have to remove the bottom panel to run the wire?

 

I'm not sure what this is all about I'm just looking for pictures man lol

Just telling you to junk the bass knob anand get a pac lc1.  Im mounting mine in my centerconsole

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On 8/8/2018 at 11:35 AM, Nasty said:

Just to clarify any bass knob that has thr "phone" cable i refer to as a distortion knob.  It ony boosts the frequency in which the amp is set.  What you want is a pac lc1 knob.  20bucks off amazon

That's why you're supposed to set your gains with the knob hooked up and turned all the way up.  That way you can only use it to turn the gain down.  

 

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