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#4386 - 07/15/02 07:36 PM M3 or M22 with subwoofer's crossover set to >80HZ
abhi_g Offline
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Registered: 07/15/02
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I'm in the procees of buying M3 or M22. From the reviews of M3 and M22, what I get is M22 is better in natural bass and slightly better in midrange. If crossed over above 80Hz with my HSU VTF-2 subwoofer, will they still exhibit significant difference in sound quality?


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#4387 - 07/15/02 11:48 PM Re: M3 or M22 with subwoofer's crossover set to >80HZ
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Registered: 01/06/02
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I think the M22's will probably still have an edge in the midrange. I wouldn't cross them over any higher than 90 or maybe 100hz, though (even that could lead to somewhat directional bass coming from the sub depending on your room/hearing/etc).

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#4388 - 07/16/02 11:35 AM Re: M3 or M22 with subwoofer's crossover set to >80HZ
alan Offline
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Registered: 01/29/02
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Hello,

Yes, there will be a significant difference in midrange clarity and detail, as well as upper bass smoothness. The M22ti's midrange linearity also yields exceptional imaging and more of a 3D-like soundstage. But jkohn is right: don't push the crossover frequency higher than 80 Hz.

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#4389 - 07/16/02 12:59 PM Re: M3 or M22 with subwoofer's crossover set to >80HZ
abhi_g Offline
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Registered: 07/15/02
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Jkohn and Alan, Thanks for the advise. I'll have M22s very soon!!

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