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Were are you guys crossing over your 1099's?

You guy's crossing at 80 HZ or 60? receiver crossover i mean.
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You guy's crossing at 80 HZ or 60? receiver crossover i mean.
I've got mine at 70Hz in my system, though here's the actual recommendations.

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Q. Where should I cross to my subs?
A. 80hz is my default answer. 70 is ok and 60 is barely doable. No less than 60hz is recommended.

Q. Can I run these full range?
A. What did I just say? Lol. You can run them full range, but power handling and SQ will go to crap. Not recommended.

Q. You suck at marketing.
A. Shut up Erich, that's not a question. It's only a fact.

Q. What is the best SEOS design, is this one it?
A. That depends. Wider will have better directivity. Some woofers will go deeper too. This speaker has a lot of great features, but some of the SEOS designs will offer better directivity and midbass. Pick the design that meets your needs.

Q. Soooo, these aren't good at midbass?
A. Yes and No. They don't have much natural extension below 80hz. But there are 2 10" woofers in this speaker, which is capable of lots of midbass. Midbass is a tricky subject that requires examination of the room behavior above all else.
From this thread: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-di...os-design.html
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