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jussam 
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sorry about the bad  post my computer at work was acting up ......... back to my question?

i just replaced my door 2 sets of6x8 pioneer 2way with 2 sets of 5.25 cpmponents but mt alpine amp was tuned low for the 6x8's now i need to adust my amp,so do i raise the gain for sound and my mhz for clarity

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You should not adjust the gain.  But you can turn the crossover setting a little higher if it makes the new speakers sound better.
Build the box so that it performs well in the worst case scenario and, in return, it will reward you at all times.
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thanks  stevdart with your quick response

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