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As long as the output TOGETHER is flat, it's okay. Obviously, they're doing SOME work at 40Hz, since you have a peak there.
Hence, the graph of center + sub(s) being very important.
Hmm, my understanding was that together kept the crossover in mind, meaning the measurements are ignoring the L+R+C readings below 60Hz if my crossover is set there. Hence the reason they all essentially look the same in the first graph up until the original 80Hz crossover point.

But yes, together I can get them down to where need be.

EDIT: Actually you're right, they do begin to differentiate before the crossover. Either way, I guess I'll have to play with it quite a bit.
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