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I have dual HSU subs with theit surrounds and center.

I'm trying to figure out what pass filters do for sure and if they would improve and protect my investment.

I've sumised that a high pass filter at 10 hz , 48db BW, will help protect your subs from bottoming out? Is that correct?

And a 100 hz low pass , 48db BW , will basically make subs not play stuff over 100hz, leaving it all for your speakers, is that correct? Do you think this would make mt HT sound better?

 

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The Hsu sub amps already have a low pass filter, which if you wish you can run in tandem with the crossover in the reciever, and chances are they're high passed as well.
 
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