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Old 23rd September 2002, 12:31 AM   #1
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If I am building A P3A for the low pass, can I build a well matched biamped system with a P10 as the high pass amp? More specificly, what Xover frequency would I need?(assume a Linkwitz-Riley) I have some POS speakers for the mids and tweeters, but the subs are MTX Thunder3000's. I know NOTHING about the POS speakers, but the MTX's are marked:

1OMC1280 4 OHM
557 99-05-24
Is this (model#, impedence)
(datecode) ???

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If you know nothing about the POS speakers, you might be best off to build your amps, and an adjustable crossover, and adjust the levels of the amps and the crossover until it sounds good.
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For best result you should test your driver for frequency response. You must do it on-axis and off-axis.

But doing a variable x-over would be simpler. You could also guess a frequency. whats are the size of the speaker?
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