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Old 30th July 2007, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default help with choosing crossover point.

heyy guys

i need some help deciding on my crossover point.

My overlap beetween by woofer and tweeter is:

2500---------------------5000 (a second order butterworth)

i first though of putting my crossover in the middle (3750) but then i heard that changing the crossover point by 250 and making it 4000 would not make a audible difference. Because it doesnt even change an octive or something.

What value should i use and will changing it by 250 hertz make a big difference in then output.

im using 6" woofer and dome tweeter.

Also if i chose 4000, will be able to get inductors and capacitors to the exact value or woul di have to change them?

thanks guys.

Omkar

ps: please reply by end of week, i need to submit this in soon.

thank!!
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