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    Re: Help With Tune Please

    Ok... no big deal and forget about what i said about your acoustical crossover. My point regarding that is invalid as you cannot compare volume of two-input sub with one input midbass.
    But yes, the crossing line between the subwoofer and the midbass would be your crossover, but only if you measured both midbass drivers playing together.
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    Re: Help With Tune Please

    Quote Originally Posted by Cathul View Post
    Ok... no big deal and forget about what i said about your acoustical crossover. My point regarding that is invalid as you cannot compare volume of two-input sub with one input midbass.
    But yes, the crossing line between the subwoofer and the midbass would be your crossover, but only if you measured both midbass drivers playing together.
    You can, just drop 6db off the sub level, voila a single sub output, still approx 112-115hz roughly...

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    Re: Help With Tune Please

    Thought so... then the sub is either too loud still, or the acoustical crossover really doesn't match well with the electrical. In this case he either needs more EQ or lower electrical crossover point.
    Or he should use and tune according to the single curves from Jazzis spreadsheet.
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