TheGarageMaster

02-25-2007, 01:51 PM

What does that mean? The frequensy on one set is 2.400 and one is 2.500Hz is that a big difference. Also slope one is 12/12 dB/oktave and the other is 12/18 dB/octave what does all that mean?

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TheGarageMaster

02-25-2007, 01:51 PM

What does that mean? The frequensy on one set is 2.400 and one is 2.500Hz is that a big difference. Also slope one is 12/12 dB/oktave and the other is 12/18 dB/octave what does all that mean?

JimJ

02-25-2007, 02:00 PM

http://www.bcae1.com would be worthwhile reading :)

The slope is simply how steep the curve of the crossover is - 12dB/octave means that after an octave (doubling the frequency), the signal is attenuated by 12dB. 18dB/octave would be attenuated by 18dB after an octave, and so on...

The slope is simply how steep the curve of the crossover is - 12dB/octave means that after an octave (doubling the frequency), the signal is attenuated by 12dB. 18dB/octave would be attenuated by 18dB after an octave, and so on...

60ndown

02-25-2007, 02:00 PM

its like different gear ratios in a car gearbox. they have to be set right or you get bad performance.

do some reading on car audio forums.

do some reading on car audio forums.

TheGarageMaster

02-25-2007, 02:09 PM

So which is better?

JimJ

02-25-2007, 02:15 PM

There is no ultimate "which is better"...it depends on your install and speakers.

///M5

02-27-2007, 12:48 AM

There is a better, it just depends on for what. And in this case, the least of what the what encompasses is the driver choice.