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post #61 of 63 Old 05-15-2017, 07:16 AM
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No because a crossover creates a slope. Here's an example:



As you can see the response of sub and sat would need to be flat within one octave to the left and the right of the crossover point for a flat combined response.
In your chart, it looks like the sub and the sat intersect at 100hz. Is that why it's a "100hz crossover"? I thought a crossover is where the slope begins, rather than where it intersects the sub. So that chart would be more like a 200hz crossover on the sat?

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Front height: 8" Monoprice in-ceiling
Rear: 6.5" Monoprice in-ceiling
Sub: PSA 15V x2
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In your chart, it looks like the sub and the sat intersect at 100hz. Is that why it's a "100hz crossover"? I thought a crossover is where the slope begins, rather than where it intersects the sub. So that chart would be more like a 200hz crossover on the sat?
The crossover point is usually defined as the intersection of the low pass filter (of the sub) and the high pass filter (of the sat).

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Nice write-up and review. This seems like a really great little system. My favorite style of speaker for HT use is definitely a high sensitivity woofer and CD with horn. I use JBL Pro Cinema speakers in a 7.2 setup and I have dual of the PSA XV-15se, a fairly similar sub in specs and design and just a model older I believe, and they are wonderful.

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