I have my new system up and running. When i was testing frequencies with my test CD my highs drop out at a liitle at 10Khz, then 12khz 14khz 18khz 20khz =nothing.
HU Pioneer 80PRS
Amps -PPI 900.4 front channel driving the tweeters only, rear channel driving the door woofers http://www.precisionpower.com/html-v.../P900-4/2L.jpg
Using my JBL's MS 62C tweeters right now.
I'm only using the amp crossover right now for the tweeters. Shouldn't the high pass allow all the higher frequencies through and the adjustment screw just limit the low end of the high frequencies?
The guy at the shop that built my box said to add the passive crossover to the tweeters to fix this. Is that correct? I did not think the Passive crossover could add anything. So i don't see how that would help
I have the amp is switched to HPF, and the 10xs pushed in, the screw adjustment makes no differences to my high end.
The 80PRS HU is in normal mode right now and EQ is flat (i wanted to sort the out before i switch it to active network.)
Any suggestion would be appreciated.
HU- Pioneer 80PRS, Amps- PPI P-900.4, & P-1000.1, Sub- Dayton UM10-22 Ultimax, front- JBL-MS62c