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    6th Order bandpass for 2 low power 15's

    Just messing around on winisd, I'm not super ready to build a 6th order because of the complexity, but how does the slope of the purple line look in relation to what the slope for a 6th order SHOULD look like? Bad? Terrible? Awful? Thanks for the feedback.



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    Re: 6th Order bandpass for 2 low power 15's

    C'mon guys! I know you guys have tuned a 6th order with WinIsd!! Does the slope and 0db points look like yours did??




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    Re: 6th Order bandpass for 2 low power 15's

    If the outcome is similar to your predicted graph, I would be unhappy. I don't think WinIsd is that accurate to begin with however.




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    Re: 6th Order bandpass for 2 low power 15's

    Thanks Chriszle. I read up a little more on this style box.... I'm just gonna stick with ported (:




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    Re: 6th Order bandpass for 2 low power 15's

    What 15's? And that's only the response for a parallel 6th. You can also do a series 6th, but it really depends on what you want overall.



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