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    PG RSD tweeter

    The crossover has a +2db switch on it right? I want to know, especially from those of you who already own the speakers, how bright is tweeter in the 0db position, and would you prefer to use the 0db or +2db position on the xover?







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    Re: PG RSD tweeter

    they are not bright or harsh. i have mine pretty much on axis, well as close to on axis as i can tell. obviously putting them on axis would make then seem louder, especially up top. i have mine on the 0db setting. one thing i am curious about is what crossover point they use. i think the rsd tweeters sound very nice. i listen to rock and metal which is hard to get to sound loud but not harsh.



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    Re: PG RSD tweeter

    Quote Originally Posted by tcguy85 View Post
    they are not bright or harsh. i have mine pretty much on axis, well as close to on axis as i can tell. obviously putting them on axis would make then seem louder, especially up top. i have mine on the 0db setting. one thing i am curious about is what crossover point they use. i think the rsd tweeters sound very nice. i listen to rock and metal which is hard to get to sound loud but not harsh.
    i wouldn't exactly consider you tweets ON axis, according to your pics.


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    Re: PG RSD tweeter

    they are on axis now. from those angles in those pics and the way i had them angled before they were not on axis. now they are pretty much on axis. i'll try to take a pic from an angle that really shows it. but if i use a laser pointer to see where they are pointing they both end up aiming at my headrest.



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