Should BSC be applied before or after padding down the tweeter?

jomor said:
BSC is applied to the woofer, then you pad down your tweeter to match the woofer's corrected magnitude. What is it exactly that you want to do ? Could you explain perhaps with a schematic that you have in mind ?


Yikes.

No wonder I couldn't get my speakers to sound right!

I could never get a correct balance... they either had good, flat bass response or a balanced treble... but not both things :rolleyes: Silly me.

For the record, the crossover point is 3 KHz. According to the Edge, BSC starts just below this frequency. That's why I thought I may be able to get away with just using one resistor.

I included a diagram of my current crossover. The BSC circuit is ahead of both the tweeter and woofer input. I suppose this is wrong.

So, if I understand correctly, I first need to make sure the woofer is flat right up to the crossover frequency using BSC, and then I pad the tweeter down? Hopefully, this won't be too hard, since I'll be using JustMLS.

:rolleyes:
 

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