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did you know 48 hertz is mid range sound ?

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5 hours ago, seinbeans said:

yeah

No ... No it's not.


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2 hours ago, White Lightning said:

No ... No it's not.

my sound system sound messed up when my subwoofer crossover is set to 48 hertz and it seems like half of the bass sound is muted but when I listen to crystallize is sound really good the bass is so quiet I think 48 hertz must be the best crossover setting for my subwoofer cuz the mid range is emphasized with that setting

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59 minutes ago, seinbeans said:

my sound system sound messed up when my subwoofer crossover is set to 48 hertz and it seems like half of the bass sound is muted but when I listen to crystallize is sound really good the bass is so quiet I think 48 hertz must be the best crossover setting for my subwoofer cuz the mid range is emphasized with that setting

A good Mid Bass driver in optimal setting will play down to 40 htz with no problems. Making a Mid Range driver in optimal setting play into 40 htz range is literally driver suicide. sounds "from the minimal info you're giving us about your system" to me like you need to make sure everything is wired up correctly.


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1 hour ago, AaronT said:

And you feel your sub is playing 48 down because why? 

that is not true my 15 inch subwoofer is playing 47 hertz and down my 5 inch bookshelf speaker is playing the 48 hertz and up I know what my subwoofer is playing I not guessing

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I asked a question. I did not make a statement.

Your bookshelf speakers don't mean Jack shit in regards to 48 hz being mid range.

Mid range is not even 120hz. This is midbass.

Mid range is much higher 1khz is a mid-range frequency.

So again, exactly how did you set your crossovers on your sub.? Did you eyeball it real good? 

 

Second identical thread like this.byur first one was "did you know 66hz is mid-range?"

 

What, you didn't get a good enough troll fix out of that one, had to be even more over the top?

 

Guess what, 23hz is mid-range because I set my crossover at that and sub sounds good.

 

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