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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jason-Pro, May 21, 2002.
Would i notice a difference if i hooked it up through lowpass or highpass ?
Hi Jason. I'm going to move your post to the Subwoofers fourm where you should get more focused response.
Low is generally considered best, especially for HT. Some will only use high though. If you use one sub for both music and HT, I would definitely go with the low.
Do you mean "low-level"(RCA type connection)/"high-level"(speaker wire connection), or as you said "low-pass"/"high-pass" as in crossover output?
You need to provide more detail.
To me low-pass means the low pass output of a crossover and low-level means RCA type in/output.
If you mean low-level/high-level, use the low-level. If you mean low-pass/high-pass, use the low-pass.
Sorry Jeff--I should have said low-level and I did not read your question as closely as I should have.
yeah i meant rca or speaker wire connections
well on regular stereo mode the subwoofer turned off correct? ive got a Harman/Kardon AVR320.
im thinking of going w/ the lowpass hookup tho.
what difference would i notice in the 2?
im building a 2 cu foot box w/ 1 12" and 2 15" PRs and a 300 watt amp. all from www.stryke.com (talk to him on the net alot).