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Crossover setting. large or small for speakers ?

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Sorry about the long description but i am really confused. Ran my mcacc and it set's speakers to large. Yes these are great sounding speakers but everything i have read says they should be small. Crossover is killing me. Any and all help would be appreciated . In all aspects you can think of. Thank you in advance. Ps Gave you everything i had on my in ceiling speakers . All 5 the same
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Set them to small. This will redirect all low freq to the sub which is preferred. What did mcacc set the crossover freq to?

Originally Posted by basshead81  /t/1470790/crossover-setting-large-or-small-for-speakers#post_23265982

try it every way possible and see what works best for your room and setup....
I agree. Not only small/large, but large with sub on (super bass). Also play with crossover settings.
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