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Old 28th October 2007, 04:19 PM   #1
8cube is offline 8cube  United States
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Default cambride sw bypass built in xover

i picked up a cambridge soundworks psw1 sub and slave subwoofer system my reciever has a built in xover and i want
to bypass the xover in the sub is anyone out there familiar with this sub system?

cant help but wonder what the double xover is doing to the phase
i have it set to the highest level 180 hz and the preamp set to 100 hz
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