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    For anyone using Dyaudio MD140's

    What were your crossover frequencies and how did you mount them? I know in the literature it says from 700-6000 hz. I was thinking about going lower than that but don't want to damage the speakers. I have heard of some people doing 500 before. It is going to be run completely active with a crossover that can go all the way up to 30 db/octave. I am building a dash right now and I am thinking about having them fire straight towards each other from left to right completely off axis. Anyway, if anyone has any info let me know.



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    Re: For anyone using Dyaudio MD140's

    You can probably cross them pretty low, assuming your willing to run a steeper slope.




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