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    Low frequency

    Is this two low or just wicked low or about right for one AQ HDC 3 18? 27.87 hz. That is reseonant frequency is tgat what I should tune my box to that?







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    Re: Low frequency

    I've tuned a HDC310 that low. Killed lows but I wouldn't do it again. I'd aim for 32-33.



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    Re: Low frequency

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    I've tuned a HDC310 that low. Killed lows but I wouldn't do it again. I'd aim for 32-33.
    Okay. Thanks




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    Re: Low frequency

    Also I want to be able to get good numbers on TL but mostly I want a good music box. What you think I should tune to then?




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    Re: Low frequency

    Well those are two opposites so middle of the road




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    Re: Low frequency

    Depends on how low you want to play. If you want higher on the TL you could do 34-35. I really don't like to go higher than that in most cases.



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    Re: Low frequency

    Quote Originally Posted by Buck View Post
    Depends on how low you want to play. If you want higher on the TL you could do 34-35. I really don't like to go higher than that in most cases.
    Okay thanks. Again




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    Re: Low frequency

    Llow to mid 30's tuning will work well in most cases. Unless you're looking for added output in a specific frequency range, then just do the usual type of setup and you'll be pretty happy with it.




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