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    Hey guys will this work?

    I've been looking for a cheap way to run a subsonic filter on the JBL power series amps. I think I found something that will do the trick for less than 30$ online. Harrison labs makes a FMOD crossover that connects onto the end of your RCA's and then into the amp. One model is simply a high pass crossover set at 20Hz, meaning it cuts off everything under 20hz(subsonic frequencies). It is not adjustable but at 20hz and for $30 I think it may be what some of you guys would want if you plan to go ported with your subs off a JBL amp. Just thought I'd let everyone know. Let me know if for some reason this will not work because I may buy one soon.



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    I have heard some good things about those and some bad things about them as well. So it pretty much depends on how your system interacts with it. But for only $30 bucks it would be worth a try. So I say go for it. My PRS-X720 has a subsonic filter built in so I don't have that problem. :p :p :p




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    it will work..



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