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    Crossover/EQ help

    ok i have a set 2 way component setup right now and i am wanting to add a midbass to make it a 3 way setup. ive never had any other type of crossover then what i have with the comps i have now and have no idea really what i need or what to look for? help?!? i know that may be a little vague but im getting into new territory here. ask for more info if you need it. thanks


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    *edit - ok through some searching it looks like i need a 3 way active x-over and some randon crap to wire it up. so what are some good x-over and what are some features i will need or should look for?


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    Re: Crossover/EQ help

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac
    You'll probably need bandpass filters for the midbass/midrange ...
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    found this and it helped me.....maybe it will help someone else.

    http://www.crutchfieldadvisor.com/le...rossovers.html


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