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    Prs880 and RE RE comps (Active setup)

    What are decent recommended starting points for this setup?

    Each speaker is getting about 75 watts from a viper 550.6

    I had one side hooked up today, and it was LOUD, and sounding really nice, but while i was playing with the crossover points, i noticed that ****, I know what this means, but i just dont know where to start from.

    Does anyone know if the auto EQ and the auto T/A also adjusts Xover points as well?

    Input requested.

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    Re: Prs880 and RE RE comps (Active setup)

    Yes it does the crossover points also. I started with the auto setup and then tweeked it a little after that. I was inpressed with the auto setup. I used it on my 860 and my eclipse 8454 and this 880 sounds the best of the 3 using the auto.




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    Re: Prs880 and RE RE comps (Active setup)

    they are the 1" tweets that come on the rings for the aura 6.5 comp set




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    Re: Prs880 and RE RE comps (Active setup)

    if you get a chance, find some frequency response graphs for those speakers and use that as a basis as your xover pts. then after that its just a matter of messing with the xover pts and slopes to get the best results.



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    Re: Prs880 and RE RE comps (Active setup)

    havent found/seen anything like that for this set though. if only i had a way to tell by testing the xover with a DMM.




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