Originally Posted by Scott Simonian
Looks great, Luke!
Hey, what's the thought on letting the G-horn operate up a bit higher and sharing some of that bandwidth with the O-horn? I'd let a G-horn go up to at least 50hz going off it's own capability anyway.
Just a thought.
The OH is much more sensitive than the GH, and their rate of decay is different as well. Trying to do to much overlap is tricky because the delay at different frequencies varies a lot for each sub. What worked at some frequencies caused cancellation elsewhere, and it was hard to find a good mix.
On top of that, over 25hz, the OH has more output, and in my case, more amp as well. In my opinion, above 25hz, the OH is just simply better. Cleaner, punchier, more efficient. Above 40hz, it was hard to combine the two without it sounding a little "bloated", but, I'm really picky!