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did you know 66 Hertz is mid range sound

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my 15 inch subwoofers highest frequency is 65 Hertz and my 5 inch bookshelf speaker covers the frequencies higher then 65 Hertz so this means 66 Hertz is mid range sound

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Yep. 60 is about where I have my subs start rolling off and my mids already rolled in.


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By your logic, my Hybrid legatia 8 which plays down to 40hz, makes everything 40hz and up mid range.

It's not mid range. Its bass. You have subsonic/sub bass, then bass, then mid/upper bass, then mid range, and so on.

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65 htz is in the mid bass frequency range.


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2 hours ago, reedal said:

By your logic, my Hybrid legatia 8 which plays down to 40hz, makes everything 40hz and up mid range.

It's not mid range. Its bass. You have subsonic/sub bass, then bass, then mid/upper bass, then mid range, and so on.

yeah well when I started using bookshelf speakers at 2004 I thought a 5 inch bookshelf was very bad with 100 hertz 90 hertz frequency but now I has learn the 5 inch bookshelf is the only speaker that can play 100 hertz 90 hertz marvelously and the subwoofer is very bad with 100 hertz 90 hertz frequency so I set my subwoofer to not play the 90 hertz frequency as much as possible

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7 minutes ago, seinbeans said:

yeah well when I started using bookshelf speakers at 2004 I thought a 5 inch bookshelf was very bad with 100 hertz 90 hertz frequency but now I has learn the 5 inch bookshelf is the only speaker that can play 100 hertz 90 hertz marvelously and the subwoofer is very bad with 100 hertz 90 hertz frequency so I set my subwoofer to not play the 90 hertz frequency as much as possible

That could be fixed with tuning. Changing slopes,  attenuating certain frequencies. Theres a few things that can be done to fix that

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6 minutes ago, ToNasty said:

That could be fixed with tuning. Changing slopes,  attenuating certain frequencies. Theres a few things that can be done to fix that

so you know how to stop the subwoofer from playing 90 hertz but letting the subwoofer play 65 hertz

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On 9/26/2019 at 9:53 AM, ToNasty said:

Setting crossover points 

yeah I can set my crossover two ways one is when my crossover frequency is at 65 Hertz and the sound starts to roll off to 90 Hertz and my subwoofer completely stops making sound after 90 Hertz yeah or I can set my crossover frequency to 70 Hertz and the sound starts to roll off to 83 Hertz and my subwoofer completely stops making sound after 83 Hertz

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