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Old 2nd April 2007, 03:46 PM   #1
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Default crossover issue in first 3 way

Hi This is my first 3 way and I'm running into issues. I have a flat response according to my measurements and the LEAP design prediction and low freq is nonexistant. Before I have just let the low freq fall where they may and worried about the hi freq transision on a 2 way, but now I'm doing a 3 way and it's like the bass slopes into nothing. Any ideas where I might be having my problem. Could it be the merged measurements? I use Clio for measurements and the Mic is calibrated. The mid and woofers are combinations of near and far measuremnts. Thanks!
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