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    recommended highpass settings for my comps.

    hey guys, I just got finished installing my system and I'm a little stumped about what to set my crossovers high pass setting at for my comps. I have the following sets:
    mb quart qsd216 6.5" comps in doors
    mb quart qsd210 4" comps in dash
    oz audio matrix 6.5" comps in rear

    What would you recommend I set the points at for each set? Thanx in advance.







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    Re: recommended highpass settings for my comps.

    You have three sets of components? (I'm too lazy to look up those model numbers to see if they are actually comps or coaxials)
    Ergo - you have 6 midwoofers, 6 tweeters, and six outboard passive crossovers?



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    Re: recommended highpass settings for my comps.

    100Hz all the way across, 12 db/oct slopes.



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    Re: recommended highpass settings for my comps.

    yeah, all three sets are components with seperate tweets and mids. also, they each have a separate crossover for each tweet/mid pair, for a total of 6 xovers,nothing fancy. i'm a little leary about pushing 100hz to the 4" in my dash latina33. you ever pushed that kind of frequency for a long time to a 4"? im not questioning your methods, just looking for some clarity i guess. thanx for answering guys.




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