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Just a quick question of clarification, though. My setup currently satisfies the definition of a single driver system. But I'm considering adding stereo subs to the system specifically to relieve the wide-band drivers in my main speakers from the duties of producing the lowest octaves. If I understand your outline from above, queries I have will be acceptable in this circle only if I choose to run my main speakers full range. But if I choose to introduce a high pass filter at around 100Hz, then my queries should be directed elsewhere. Is that right?
A more reasonable definition of a wide-range implementation is the main driver must produce at least the 300-3000Hz band without cross-overs in that band.
...The current trend is toward small drivers OB mounted. The physics of a OB of what is normally considered large is going to cut off ~300Hz give or take and is therefore prohibited here...
Roy,Yes, it's already in the definition and has been since I originally wrote it.-- Jim
This is how I'm going to think about it -- if you remove your bass and treble augmentation, is it still satisfying to listen to?
Quote from: Bob_Brines on 13 Jul 2009, 11:39 amA more reasonable definition of a wide-range implementation is the main driver must produce at least the 300-3000Hz band without cross-overs in that band.C'mon, that definition just makes this into the three-way loudspeaker circle
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