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Old 6th November 2004, 08:25 PM   #1
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-I know,that we cut freq. there(for sub), where rolloff freq.(-3db) of mainspeakers starts.But,what about power?If is cutoff freq. very high,that shouldnt be good.Because box gains all freq. that come into the speaker.So, the result is boomy bass....(I hope so)

So for the lower aligments(deep,tight bass), cutoff should be below 100hz...and there must be really good mid,to cover that area...

-So I think,that the cutoff at subs is NOT dependent from main speakers,BUT main speakers are dependent from sub---->If we want good gain at low freq.,we must cut low.

So what are yours wiews on that?
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