nevermind, they say what the amount of boost is in decibles, not what the slope is. Ok, yeah I bet you'd have to actually contact the amplifier manufacturer to figure that out... or you could just not use bass boosts... and keep the signal clean
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usually it falls off pretty fast 12 or 24 db per octive like i said in first post centered at 40hz will only effect 35 to 45hz.....unless your amp has adjustable bandwidth and peak like mine does ...hehehe
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