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#472 - 11/20/01 11:57 PM Crossover setting
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Hello. I have the M3's and recently purchased a powered sub. What do you recommend as the best low frequency cutoff setting on the sub? I realize this is based on listening, but can you suggest an approximation for matching with the M3's? The speakers will receive the higher frequencies (not the full range), and the sub the low ones. Thanks.



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#473 - 11/23/01 07:38 AM Re: Crossover setting
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Any setting above 50Hz will match the M3s if they are getting a full range signal. If your pre-amp is filtering the bass frequencies to the M3s then this would be frequency to set the sub at.

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