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|9th January 2002, 06:23 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Tyrone Ga. U.S.A.
Acoustic xover point?
Take a midbass driver with a QTS of .5 and a resonance of 200hzin a sealed enclosure. This should be -3db at 310hz and
falling at 6db/oct. If I biamp using a 6db/octive at 150hz hi pass
for this driver how do I calculate my real xover point and slope.
Or to complicate this further how would a baffel step centered
at 200 hz be summed into the above. Is there an easy way to
sum all these effects without real heavy math?
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