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Harrison Labs FMOD Inline Crossover Pair 70 Hz Low Pass RCA
If i use the 70hz for subs...
...what would be recommended in a high pass for my mains? i am running dahlquist dq-12s as mains in a stereo/music only setting. they drop of around the mid 50s (sealed 8" woofers), fed by a 35-ish rms per channel tube amp. the subs are going to be (passives i'm building atm) powered by a tube pre/solid state 2 channel pro amp, signals for both mains and subs out from a dac attached to my computer.
I would probably run the Dahlquists full-range, and just have the subs adding to the bottom of the range. Honestly, the best highpass crossover to use depends on your room. It would be easier to just use these lowpass filters for the sub and EQ out the room if the Dahlquists add too much.
Date published: 2013-10-14
Fmod slope increase.
If you put 2 in series (ex. 70 hz low pass) does the slope double to 24 db/oct starting at 70 hz ? Thanks, Stan
Stacking these, with an attenuator, would give you 35 Hz Lowpass (according to Harrison Labs website).www-hlabs-com/technical/crossovers/
Date published: 2013-10-12