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#252 - 08/19/01 03:29 PM Sub Crossovers
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Do Axiom subs come with crossovers? If so, what freq. range can the crossover be set at?



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#253 - 08/21/01 06:30 AM Re: Sub Crossovers
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All Axiom subwoofers come with built in electronic crossovers. The settings are variable from 40Hz to 120Hz.

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#254 - 11/16/01 02:48 PM Re: Sub Crossovers
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I've got an amp that has a built-in crossover circuit, and the manual recommends using a subwoofer without a crossover. Is it possible to disable the crossover completely for these subwoofers?



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#255 - 11/16/01 06:18 PM Re: Sub Crossovers
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There is no way to disable the x-over completely, but it should work well if you set the x-over adjust to the maximum frequency.

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