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    Running active on my Pioneer TS-C520PRS. What crossover point?

    I was just wondering if there was anyone on here who is running the 5 1/4 PRS comps Active .. (yes I know,I wish I was able to do the 6.5's). I was curious on what is the best point to cross these at when running active . Ive looked around and it seems that 3.5k hz is popular , but that is on the 6.5's . If someone can recommend me some good info Ill highly appreciate it . Thanks




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    Re: Running active on my Pioneer TS-C520PRS. What crossover point?

    I say 3.5khz highpass for the Tweeter and lowpass for the mid is great starting point, more likely better for the 5.25 then the 6.5. I would start around a 80hz highpass of the mids and work from there.

    So thats:

    Tweeters = 3.5khz highpass

    Mids = 80hz - 3.5khz bandpass

    Both = good starting point



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    Re: Running active on my Pioneer TS-C520PRS. What crossover point?

    Oh ya don't take the tweeter below the 3.5khz mark they seem to get harsh below that.



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    Re: Running active on my Pioneer TS-C520PRS. What crossover point?

    Sounds Great man .. Thanks for the help . Im going to be running about 110rms to the mids and 60 to the tweets. Should be sufficient enough




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