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Bobyota
09-16-2004, 01:11 AM
Just need to keep the lows from blowing rear fill, but not sure what the cheap options are. Is a "bassblocker" about the only choice?

What is a bassblocker anyway? A resistor?

I think I'd like to highpass around 80-100 hz.

DJ Riggz
09-17-2004, 04:45 PM
Yes its a resistor that does a cheap job of limiting the amount of low or high frequencies to pass through it.

BugMan53
09-21-2004, 11:40 PM
They are a 100v capacitor. They have a 6db per octave slope. I have a set at 200htz and did not notice much difference in sound. A little less excursion on the speaker.

dan7532
09-22-2004, 01:07 PM
I have Sony 5x7s in the front doors of my car and stock 5x7s in the back deck. I currently have FIE on in my Pioneer DEH-P545 headunit because it sounds much better. I listen to a lot of rap and plan on getting 2 12"s soon. Does heavy bass hurt my stock speakers? I haven't noticed any distortion. And when I get subs, should I just unplug my rear speakers?