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  1. Wanting to order my new 10" Free Air sub today to replace the factory sub option from Chaparral. I have already replaced all the 6.5's. My question is do I go with the Revo 10 or the XS 10? I have 300 available watts to push it.
  2. Alright, have a question that is a little tricky to word...I have a Sunesta 284 with the Wet Sounds Rev 8 Tower speakers and HTC-6 Amp. It didn't seem like it was tuned very well from the dealership or factory which isn't totally unexpected. I have spent the day trying to tweak it to sound better and here is my dilemma. The Sub and cockpit speakers share the same output from the head unit and plug in to channels 1&2 and the tower speakers are on a separate output and are plugged in to channels 3&4. I wanted to turn the tower speakers gain up which i was able to achieve by increasing the gain on channels 3&4 and running them on full pass and they sound great. I also wanted to turn the gain up to the sub and of course run it on low pass, while running the cockpit speakers on high pass. It appears that the output to the sub is from channels 5&6 on the amp. I haven't tried yet but am I correct in my understanding that i can achieve what I want to achieve by adjusting channels 5&6 to more gain and low pass for the sub, and adjusting channels 1&2 to high pass for the cockpit speakers? I know that was a word salad and probably hard to follow, but any help would be appreciated.