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#702 - 12/29/01 07:14 PM Problem!!
Sean Offline
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Registered: 11/15/01
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Loc: Nova Scotia
I have a bit of a problem beacuse i could buy another EP-125 to go along with my M22ti for my 13 wide and 25.5 long room
or should i just get the M50 or 60s?
What would the other sub do for my overall out put ? Would it match the EP-175 ?I have one more qustion my Harman Kardon recever has a crossover at 100hz what would that be on the back pannel on my EP-125?
Thanks sorry if i asked to many qustions!
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#703 - 01/01/02 08:29 AM Re: Problem!!
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Either one of these options would work very well. If the size is not an issue then the M60s would probably make the most sense. I gather you already have the EP175? Using the EP125 in conjunction with the EP175 is a very good match; so no problem going the M22 and EP125 combination if this is what fits your space the best. The x-over on your Harman Kardon will limit the sub to 100Hz making any of the x-over settings on the sub above this to be 100Hz. If 100Hz is the desired x-over setting for your system in your room, then I would just turn the x-over on the sub up to the maximum frequency setting. If you would like to set the sub below 100Hz then you can use the frequency adjust on the sub woofer to accomplish this.

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