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I'm running a desktop setup with a pair of Energy RC-Mini's (very nice little speaker) and a Martin Logan sub. I just moved the jumpers in my Sensation to the '80hz filter for main speakers' setting. WOW! What a difference! Much more volume, detail, less 'strain'. I thought this might be a nice improvement but I'm surprised at how well this works. If you're running a 3-piece setup and your amp has this feature, by all means try it!
Hi All, Can anyone tell me how the 80hz cutoff works? Is it an absolute cutoff at 80hz or a roll-off at that point. The reason I ask is that I was planning to use my One.2 (when I get it...stupid holiday delay!!) in a 2.1 set up. I have a pair of Axiom M3 v2's that are pretty spectacular down to 60hz and my subwoofer has a low pass filter that I can dial up to 120 hz. But if I don't use the 80hz jumper on the amp then I'm getting a full signal to the speakers. From what I've been reading, people on the forum seem pretty satisfied with the sound they're getting but I feel like my Axioms still have some breathing room in the 60-80hz range. Thoughts??
but I am still feathering-in 12" servo sub crossover setting & volume level trying to reduce a pesky 92 dB peak in 50- 70 Hz range.
Our servo amps will make that real easy. Which one are you using? A300 or A370PEQ?
I have always worried that a first order is not steep enough? 63dB at 20Hz seems pretty high! I feel like my speakers will be blending alot down to 40Hz and won't take enough load off the monitors.
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