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    Speaker freq. question.

    I just put in some ED 6.5's and I have them running on an amp at 75rms. If I have the bass freq. blocked off at whatever HZ, should I worry about the highs as well? Will highs through the speaker matter? If so, how do I block them out? Also, would I be better off using the amps crossover or the headunits? I have a clarion 935 dvd player.

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    Re: Speaker freq. question.

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    should I worry about the highs as well? Will highs through the speaker matter? If so, how do I block them out?
    No, in a component set with a passive crossover the only thing you need to do is use a highpass filter.

    Also, would I be better off using the amps crossover or the headunits?
    Try both. See which one you like better. Heck, try using them together and see if you like the results.




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    Re: Speaker freq. question.

    Its not a component set, only the 6.5's. These are my rear fill.

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    Re: Speaker freq. question.

    I see. In that case, you will likely want to lowpass the mid aswell. I would use the highpass filter on the HU, and the lowpass filter on the amplifier to bandpass the mid.




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