- Mar 10, 2021
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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 the best crossover for someone's setup. I hear two theories, set the crossover 10hz above what each of your speakers are rated at, or two, one octave above what they're rated at, so in my case my fronts are 42hz, so that would 84hz, so 80. And my centre 60hz, so 120hz. I've tried both methods and each one has its differences. Doing one octave above seems to add more bass overall, doing 10hz above seems to make the fronts and centre more pronounced while the sub is doing it's thing in the background. What's best?