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Quick question about Frequency response

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You're going to have to be more specific.

 

What exactly are you confused about or need further clarification on ?

 

The subject is a little large, so if you can give an idea of what exactly you don't understand it will give us a starting point and we can work out from there.

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i just wish to know if the wider the range the sound will be better

also if the frequency response standars are the same for all speakers?

ex: is 49-21,000Hz in an infinity speaker the same as 49-21,000Hz on an alpine?.

i know it sounds obious but i want to get this clarified

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i just wish to know if the wider the range the sound will be better

also if the frequency response standars are the same for all speakers?

ex: is 49-21,000Hz in an infinity speaker the same as 49-21,000Hz on an alpine?.

i know it sounds obious but i want to get this clarified

 

even when the range is the same, the levels will be different per speaker, and differ based on the install

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Take the frequency range specified by the manufacturer with a block of salt. Unless there is a tolerance to go with it, it is totally meaningless. A response plot gives a much better indication of what the speaker will do for you. Plan on using a high pass crossover on your midranges in the neighborhood of 80-100 hz (for a simple system with a simple install) and pretty much any 6.5" mid will be adequate.

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