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  1. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    Agreed tbh. I've found zero info on why 10hz above is a good thing, they just state it, yet articles like I linked before gave serious reasons as to why doubling your speakers lowest frequency is best. Anyways I think the reason why I'm thinking 60hz for my fronts sounds better is probably where...
  2. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    Thanks guys for your input. Found an article with some really helpful info which I'll try later https://bobpariseau.com/blog/2018/6/5/choosing-a-crossover-frequency-awesome-bass-begins-here Apparently the upper limit of a crossover should your sub go this high is 100hz, as this is the safe zone...
  3. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    Localisation. You wouldn't want the sub to become directional, especially at 200hz. My sub only goes as high as 120hz.
  4. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    Well technically my receiver goes like this, 40, 60, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, 150, 200 and 250hz. So my speakers are rated 42hz so it would actually be like 52hz but, 60 is how the system goes. I may be listening to my system all wrong but somehow having my crossover 10hz above does actually...
  5. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    Audioholics recommend 10hz above the frequency response of your speakers and so do SVS, but on other places it's one octave above, what to do lol.
  6. TyGuy

    Speaker crossovers, 10hz above, or one octave above?

    I have a LCR set of two Monitor Audio Bronze 2s a Bronze Centre and a BK Double Gem. I understand the best way to figure out the best crossover for your setup is REW, but unfortunately while I have a PC, I have no mic. So for those of us who can't do that what's the best method of determining...
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