mp setting help

popothemailman
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Hey can you guys help me out.

I have...

- 6.5 Componant type R(176A) in the front

- 4" Type S 2way in the back

they are connected to an Alpine MRV-F340

i found this chart from RF:

Common Frequency Ranges for the crossovers

SUB BASS - 20Hz-100Hz

MID BASS - 100Hz-250Hz

MID RANGE - 250Hz-5kHz

TREBLE - 5kHz-20kHz

which ones do i set them for my speakers?

im thinking the type r's will take a diff frequency, but i dunno?

please help

I also have an RF 1001bd connected to my Sub, what should the crossover be set to that one, and should i have my Subsonic filter on?

thanks i super appreciate it

 
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