Re: Tired of my Active setup.
12 dbs passive crossovers have the same problems. If no time alignment is used, great results can be had by simply swapping the polarity on the mids, and leaving the sub and tweeters congruent with each other. If T/A is used, this may need to change. I had my sub the same as my tweeters until I delayed my whole front stage 4 feet. Then it became necessary to swap the polarity of my sub, and then I had up front bass as intended. I'm using an analog active crossover.
Originally Posted by keep_hope_alive
Isn't it true that DIGITAL crossovers (DSP) are able to circumvent the phase problems of analog crossovers (whether passive or active)?
Simple SQ System:
Head Unit: Alpine CDA-117
Active Crossover: Cache' CEX
Front Stage Amp: Boston Acoustics GTA-704
Components: Polk Audio DB 6501
Sub Amp: Boston Acoustics GTA-1000m
Sub: JBL P1224, 2.5 ft^3 @ 25 hz enclosure
Rear Fill: Sony Xplod 5.25s on HU power lolz