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    Polk mm6501 up front, polk mm651 in back, on Rockford p600 amp. sundown x12 v2 d4 subs 3000amp wDSP

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  1. lurice0

    Crossover settings

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  2. lurice0

    Crossover settings

    If you had eq flat on all channels, hpf and lpf all set at normal safe ranges for all speakers, - what's your favorite slope (-6db 12db 24db...) and what's your favorite class (linkwitz, chebychev, butterworth...) for each speaker (tweeters, mid range, subwoofers...)?
  3. lurice0

    Crossover settings

    What program or device do i use to actually see my sound curve when i play the track on tuning cd's that sounds like a sound sweep of all frequencies? Apparently combining different crossover slopes (12db, 24db...) causes dips and nulls in that curve when you put it all together and i want to see if mine is like a clean sweep.
  4. lurice0

    Crossover settings

    That amp doesn't even get warm very much. Based on what i have, Should and could i be bridging the tweeters and or bridging the mid-ranges?
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    Crossover settings

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  8. lurice0

    Crossover settings

    Ok thanks for your help now I'm struggling to get these NEW front speakers sounding right with the DSP crossover and eq. NEW MID FRONT SPEAKERS Pioneer TS-M650PRO 6-3/4" PRO Series, 500w (110w) 50 hz - 18khz , impedance 4 ohms NEW TWEETERS Pyle-Pro PDBT49 2'' Heavy Duty Titanium Super Tweeter 300 Watts RMS/600 Watts Peak * Sensitivity:106 dB/w/m * Impedance:4-8 Ohm * Freq.Resp.:2 kHZ - 25 kHZ all powered by the same 4 channel amp, the Rockford Fosgate T600-4 24dB slope Power) 100 Watts x 4 @ 4-Ohm 150 Watts x 4 @ 2-Ohm 300 Watts x 2 @ 4-Ohm Bridged 2-Ohm x 2 Bridged Stable That amp doesn't even get warm very much. Should and could i be bridging the tweeters and or bridging the mid-ranges? I use my rta mic and aim for a flat response and i will post pics of that soon because I'm not sure it's correct. I use a computer program called DATS V2 and its tester clips hardware to calculate my speakers F(s) then double that number for where to set that speakers frequency response, but I don't know what my crossover slopes should be and how to make sure I don't have any dips or nulls. I use DATS as a oscilloscope to calculate where my gain should be but it's always clipping at very low gain and i turn gain up more anyway. Is DATS V2 to be ised as oscilloscope to set gain?
  9. lurice0

    Crossover settings

    Ok jeffdachef, I'm removing the passive crossovers and hooking rears up to the deck. Do i then switch the amps to all pass filter so the dsp gets all the control? How do i tell the amps that I want to use the dsp? My town has no stereo installation store nearby so i do it all, i am new to dsp
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    Crossover settings

    I can measure i just don't have a good mic, I'm also worried about just making sure I'm set up right. Since I'm using the DSP (3sixty.3) should i get rid of the little crossover box that came with my front components? That would mean i need a little tweeter amp? Not sure front tweeters are hooked up right. My tweeters up front sound weak, i have the tweeters hpf at like 2,500hz on the dsp My midrange up front are HPF 80hz on dsp, those front components are on the amp and the hpf is set at like 100hz because it stresses if i go lower I think. Same deal with rear coaxials, hpf 80hz on dsp but a little higher on the amp. Subwoofers are LPF 80hz but sometimes i do band pass and try different things. All my speakers are dual voice coils but i only wired my subwoofers in that strange way where one shirt wire connects 2 terminals together on the same speaker.
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    Crossover settings

    I have everything set at like 80 and i want to be more exact My setup: Up front is polk mm6502 (35-40k Hz) back is mm651 (40-25k Hz) all powered by Rockford p600-4. Subs are 2 X-12 V.2 D4 - Sundown Audio (38.3 hz) powered by one of their 3000 amps. My deck is a Kenwood DDX9903S 6.95" eXcelon Double-DIN that i hooked up to a Rockford 3sixty.3 dsp using low level rca cables. 3 sets of rca go from the dsp inputs to the head unit, 4 sets of rca cables go from the dsp outputs to the amps, so that i can also tune my separate front tweeters, however i really only have 6 channels? Help me set HPF and LPF for front1 and front2, rear, and subs, based on my speakers specs? I'm still saving for a quality RTA mic, meanwhile i just use the iPhone mic
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