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    Freq range and crossovers.

    I have a set of Image Dynamics XS65's run off a JL 300/4 and a Audiocontrol DQL-8.
    The freq range on the comps is 80 - 22000.

    Does the "freq range" specify that the included crossover will not allow freqs lower than 80hz pass. Or does it mean that 80hz is the lowest freq that should be sent to the spkr?



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    Re: Freq range and crossovers.

    No. The x-over only controls the blending between the mid and tweeter. It doesn't do anything on the bottom end of the woofer. 80Hz is probably the -3dB roll off point of the natural frequency response of the woofer.



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