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Tastes like a lotta dough...

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Tastes like a lotta dough...

Haha. I see what you did there.
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Well, I bought the miniDSP nanoAVR

Playing with the software is easy peasy...

Now major question?

For my three JTR 215RT's

High pass filter at 18htz

Or

Crossover at 18htz and send to my Seaton SubMersives...

I would naturally think the crossover.

But someone tell me otherwise if I need to know something more.
Very cool that you can crossover that low using the mini. In my room the only hpf I tried that blended the ported speakers and sealed subs was a 12 db slope Butterworth. Do you have sealed subs? If you end up having problems blending you could try something like a 30 hz crossover too.



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Also what is the general preferred house curve here?

10db hot at 20htz
15db hot at 20htz
20db hot at 20htz




And do guys roll off the highs?

If so what range to start to roll off?

And how low at 20Khtz?



I was thinking 10db hot from 20htz - 40htz with a gradual roll off to flat at 150htz.
For me it depends on the content and my mood. Most of the time around 20 hot at 20 hz and I like it to level off somewhere between 150 and 200 hz.

I do not roll off the highs. I know that supposedly people like the sound more with rolled off highs but not me. I feel like people that preferred that must have had the bass flat. IMO with hot bass if anything the brain craves more treble but that's just my theory.
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Because there are 4 presets, I will do one at

1. 5db high at 20htz
2. 10db high at 20htz
3. 15db high at 20htz
4. 20db high at 20htz



and switch depending on what type of music or movie...
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Tastes like a lotta dough...
Only about $8-10K! But it does put out a measly 5200W/channel into 4 ohms (18,000 W 4 ohms bridged).
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Tastes like a lotta dough...
I had some Papa Murphy's pizza last night so I thought of this:

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Only about $8-10K! But it does put out a measly 5200W/channel into 4 ohms (18,000 W 4 ohms bridged).
I see some used for around half that, but man, it would still be fun to have

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