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high x-over freqeuncy
07/10/07 at 18:16:46
 
anyone used the hw crossed high ? high as in like 160hz  :(
need to whip up something untill friday, to put in a small club and the hw seems to fit the bill nicely Smiley
just not sure about the crossover.
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Re: high x-over freqeuncy
Reply #1 - 07/10/07 at 20:09:29
 
I have run a couple of HWK8s full range(no X-over) and they did not sound bad but muddy none the less. I did not haft to drive them to hard and they blend well with the tower speakers. The use of a 31 band EQ also helped out alot. If I was going to use HWK for bass only I would haft to cross it over at at least 100Hz if not lower. What did you have in mind anyway?

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Re: high x-over freqeuncy
Reply #2 - 07/11/07 at 07:15:59
 
i want to use it as a bass unit. the budget is the only problem. and the only crossover i can find, cheaply, cuts at 160hz Sad
something came up and unfortunately i can't work this week on it. hopefully next week Cheesy
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