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Anyone...ideas?
What subwoofer functions are you using on your headunit? List crossover settings, any bass boost, or loudness features you are using as well.

I apologize for the delay in responding, the misunderstanding was from your last post, I thought your installer was going to join in on the conversation.
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Default Re: 10" Tube Sub is Bottoming out?!? Need Advice

Hi,
I have tried changing some of the frequencies, etc...but I haven't been able to stop the popping sound when loud base is in a song. Thanks for your help.
Here is the information from the head unit:
EQUALIZER BASS
Bass Freq = 1.50
Level = 2
Q Factor = 2.00
Subwoofer Level = -1
EQUALIZER MIDDLE
Frequency = 1.50
Level = 4
Q Factor = 2.00
EQUALIZER TREBBLE
Frequency = 17.5
Level = -1
AUDIO CONTROL
Volume Offset = 0
Subwoofer Level = 2
Loudness = ON
Stream Info = Linear PCM
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Default Re: 10" Tube Sub is Bottoming out?!? Need Advice

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Hi,
I have tried changing some of the frequencies, etc...but I haven't been able to stop the popping sound when loud base is in a song. Thanks for your help.
Here is the information from the head unit:
EQUALIZER BASS
Bass Freq = 1.50
Level = 2
Q Factor = 2.00
Subwoofer Level = -1
EQUALIZER MIDDLE
Frequency = 1.50
Level = 4
Q Factor = 2.00
EQUALIZER TREBBLE
Frequency = 17.5
Level = -1
AUDIO CONTROL
Volume Offset = 0
Subwoofer Level = 2
Loudness = ON
Stream Info = Linear PCM
Have you tried flipping the input phase switch on the rear of the Tube? If switching the phase switch, defeating the loud button and dialing all of the bass eq out doesn't change anything, you may have a bad unit. It doesn't happen often, but it does happen.

Make sure that you have filled out the warranty registration card. You can fill the form out online if you haven't done so already.
http://www.bazooka.com/warranty
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