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Ok may be a stupid question but here goes....The receiver's internal x-over acts as a HPF of sorts diverting X-frequency (whatever you choose) from all the speakers to the sub. Is it suppose to be an absolute filter? Or do they have a set slope 6dd/ocatve, 12db/ocatve, etc
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Ok may be a stupid question but here goes....The receiver's internal x-over acts as a HPF of sorts diverting X-frequency (whatever you choose) from all the speakers to the sub. Is it suppose to be an absolute filter? Or do they have a set slope 6dd/ocatve, 12db/ocatve, etc
........???? Thanks for any direction, info, or answers you may bestow upon me!

The typical mid-range AVRs (SRP > $499) and higher use a 2nd order (12dB/Octave) High Pass for the loudspeakers and a 3rd order (18db/octave) or a 4th order (24dB/Octave) Low Pass for the subwoofer. The entry-level budget AVRs (SRP
 

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THX specs 12dB/octave high pass and 24dB/octave low pass. I believe that almost all receivers conform to this - Sony (at least a couple of years ago) being an exception.


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Got it, thanks for the info!
 
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