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    your idea of frequency per speaker

    Right, that means in your idea, just what do you mean by mid-bass, midrange, etc...

    in my case:

    Subwoofer : 20~80Hz

    Mid bass : 80~275Hz

    Mid-range : 275~3kHz

    Tweeter : 3kHz~20kHz


    I need this input so that I can make a decision on my xover values...



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    Subwoofers = 20-75 Hz
    Midbass = 75-200 Hz
    Midrange = 200-2000 Hz
    Tweeter = 2000-20000 Hz



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    Re: your idea of frequency per speaker

    I would have to say, that your system that you listed is the best possible choice. The bass freqeucy is great. the misbass frequency is great. the midrange frequency is great. and the high frequency tweeter range is great.
    keep on, with these ideas, you'll win IASCA, one day.

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    Re: Re: your idea of frequency per speaker

    Originally posted by brad.farmer
    I would have to say, that your system that you listed is the best possible choice. The bass freqeucy is great. the misbass frequency is great. the midrange frequency is great. and the high frequency tweeter range is great.
    keep on, with these ideas, you'll win IASCA, one day.

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    Re: Re: your idea of frequency per speaker

    Originally posted by brad.farmer
    I would have to say, that your system that you listed is the best possible choice. The bass freqeucy is great. the misbass frequency is great. the midrange frequency is great. and the high frequency tweeter range is great.
    keep on, with these ideas, you'll win IASCA, one day.

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    Well, if its a ported application, depending on tuning, 20 hz for a subwoofer might be too low. If you've tuned in the 30-40 hz range, it will most likely bottom out at those lower frequencies...





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    Originally posted by snova031
    Well, if its a ported application, depending on tuning, 20 hz for a subwoofer might be too low. If you've tuned in the 30-40 hz range, it will most likely bottom out at those lower frequencies...
    Well of course, I was just listing the general range I use....



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    give it a full octave below tuning before it bottoms out...
    porting the box will increase the low end response...
    bass - 18-80 hz
    midrange - 80-3500
    tweets - 3500+



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    I just don't get this farmer kid...

    kissups are too obvious...:P



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    but beat ups would be better, lol.



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    If I beat up this kid, I'd go to jail.

    After my army term concludes, the laws in Korea state that I will face a much more harsh sentence should I engage in any acts of violence to anyone, except self-defense, and defending only to a certain extent (the law s very vauge about this last one).


    Anyone of you guys hit Mr, Farmer here would also face jailterm.. he probably looks like Pee wee herman, and it's illegal to hit anyone with glasses.



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