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    Keep the type-s coaxals?

    Alright, so, I've already been underwhelmed with my Type-S's I have in the doors. They seem hella quite, and slap way too easy.

    Now, I think the reason for that is because, for now, I'm sending them a full range signal until I get my sub. Should I go ahead and set the LPF now, and deal without my low-end for the next 2-3 weeks? Or should I just keep it now, and make sure it doesn't slap?

    Hell, when I have it to a volume where it just quite doesn't slap, if I"m driving on the highway with my windows down, the road noise is almost louder than the speakers.

    I'm planning on putting another pair of tweats on the doors where the stock ones are, so that may help.
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    Re: Keep the type-s coaxals?

    slap? is this some sort of new terminology i am not awarre of? and if anything you'll want to hi-pass them at either 80 or 120 not LP, if of coarse your hu is capable of HPF if your not using an external amp



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    Re: Keep the type-s coaxals?

    Well, what I GUESS it is, is suerpassing the mechanial limits of the speaker, resulting in a "slapping" noise.



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    Re: Keep the type-s coaxals?

    probably have the gain and xover set incorrectly



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