80hz filter for main speakers - WOW

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Re: 80hz filter for main speakers - WOW
« Reply #20 on: 6 Jul 2010, 02:14 pm »
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.

This product has been used by Danny Ritchie- GR Research & others w/ good results for 12 dB/ octave slope:
http://www.parts-express.com/wizards/searchResults.cfm?searchFilter=fmod%20crossover

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Re: 80hz filter for main speakers - WOW
« Reply #21 on: 19 Jul 2010, 03:13 am »
Having a tri-focal  moment and everything in my Sensation looks so small and fuzzy no matter how long my arms are.
Could anyone show a picture of the 80 htz jumpers blown up?
Thanks in advance.
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Just moved jumpers back and wow!
« Reply #23 on: 30 Jul 2010, 03:28 am »
Recently acquired a beautiful pair of Omega SuperHemps.
 WOWSA!
They are so deeply pure I experimented with disconnecting the Infinity sub!
No diff.
Moved the jumpers back from 80hz and:
WOWSA.
Tubed Sensation two channel with the SuperHemps just deliver the goods!
The warmth of the Dodd Buffer slightly tempers the brilliance of the SuperHemp and just lets the pure thumping bass hit you right in the chest!
Indeed this sound is about as good as it gets.