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THX1138 Posted 8 years 4 weeks ago
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Hi does anyone know when deciding between 80HZ or 100HZ on the crossover what kinds of sounds are produced in this range of 80-100HZ. For instance if I have LCR that can only go down to 100HZ and I have the X.over set at 80HZ what types of sounds am I missing?

The same can be said if a speaker can only go as high as 24KHz compared to a GoldenEar that can achieve 35kHz what more am I hearing?

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Moderator Posted 8 years 4 weeks ago
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Hi. I'm not exactly sure what you're asking, but I'll try to answer your questions.

The first question, with a speaker that plays to 100Hz and using a 80Hz crossover, its not so much what you'd be missing, its more that you would be asking the speaker to play frequencies it shouldn't be asked to play and could result in damage. Set the crossover at 100Hz or higher and let the subwoofer cover the frequencies below 100 Hz.

Regarding the second question, you can't really hear those frequencies, but they do indicate great linearity and lower distortion in the areas you can hear.

Hope this helps.

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