Having a heck of a time. i need crossover frequencies expressed as Khz or HZ.
Every speaker manual i have ever owned has stated the exact crossover frequencies between the 2 speakers. Not this manual. Closest i see is this:
1) Frequency response: 55Hz – 18kHz ±3dB, 50Hz – 20kHz -10dB
2) Equalisation: Bass: ±6dB @ 80Hz; Treble: ±6dB @ 12kHz
12kHz cannot be the xover. i am thinking around 1500 to 1700 Hz.
i am trying to get my dbx DriveRack 260 signal processor configured correctly. this requires manually entering crossover frequencies for the speakers.
any help would be greatly appreciated!!
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It's a powered speaker, the crossover is done within its own DSP. So you don't need to worry about the crossover frequency in the speakers. You'll only need to set a crossover frequency for the low end if you are using subs.
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