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    Re: Justin Zazzi's tuning companion for room eq wizard

    If I set Linkwitz 24 DB 80 HZ high pass on the spreadsheet for my woofer in a 2way setup, does it matter if in my dsp I actually have to set a Buttwerworth 36 db at 100hz to hit the target curve? Is it just phase I would have to worry about then? Thanks !

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    Re: Justin Zazzi's tuning companion for room eq wizard

    Quote Originally Posted by Crusher View Post
    If I set Linkwitz 24 DB 80 HZ high pass on the spreadsheet for my woofer in a 2way setup, does it matter if in my dsp I actually have to set a Buttwerworth 36 db at 100hz to hit the target curve? Is it just phase I would have to worry about then? Thanks !
    Electrical settings do not matter. It is only if you hit the acoustical curve, so you did exactly what you should be doing. Don't change a thing
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    Re: Justin Zazzi's tuning companion for room eq wizard

    Yep! What he said.
    Measure with mics, mark with chalk, cut with torch, grind to fit, sand to finish, paint to match.
    Justin Zazzi's tuning companion for room eq wizard
    Do it for them.

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    To get the near the 80 80 acoustic crossover for my sub and mid bass, in my dsp I have had to set mid woofers to 100 LW and my 2 small 6.5 boxed subs (Helix MATCH PP 7E-D) to 60 LW. Is this right or do you think something wrong with my setup somewhere? Seems like a big electrical gap. Also this small sub has a MASSIVE peak at 50 hZ and takes a lot of cutting to get down to the target line and I do feel like a have lost a too much bass at the moment so might turn it back up in that area a tad. Sounding good though

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    Re: Justin Zazzi's tuning companion for room eq wizard

    Quote Originally Posted by Crusher View Post
    To get the near the 80 80 acoustic crossover for my sub and mid bass, in my dsp I have had to set mid woofers to 100 LW and my 2 small 6.5 boxed subs (Helix MATCH PP 7E-D) to 60 LW. Is this right or do you think something wrong with my setup somewhere? Seems like a big electrical gap. Also this small sub has a MASSIVE peak at 50 hZ and takes a lot of cutting to get down to the target line and I do feel like a have lost a too much bass at the moment so might turn it back up in that area a tad. Sounding good though
    you are good if it matches the acoustical curve. My electrical settings are all over the place in my car and home theatre.
    2014 F150 Limited -> Factory HU programmed for 4v outputs -> Helix DSP.2 -> Alpine PDX-V9 -> SI M25 in Valicar Stuttgart Pods, Rear SB17's, Sub BM MKV's in MTI BOX. Alpine PDX-F6 -> Peerless SLS 6.5", SI M3 in Valicar Stuttgart Pods

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