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post #1 of 4 Old 11-18-2012, 02:37 PM - Thread Starter
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What exactly phase in REW showing. Any links or explanations would be great.
This is with my sub and crossed over to my center.

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What exactly phase in REW showing.
Phase shift relative to zero. For the most part it matters little, as you can't hear it. It's only of major consequence in the vicinity of the crossover frequency, where different degrees of shift between two sources with overlapping bandwidth can be audible.

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What you are looking for is a rapid phase change-which is a bad thing.

WHat you show looks very good.

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Alright, thank you.

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