Addicted to Fun and Learning
- Nov 18, 2020
This is an important point that's rarely expressed. Many get locked into the dogma that subwoofers must always be crossed over no higher than 80 Hz (or 90 Hz or 100 Hz) to avoid localization and never even try anything higher. In fact with the proper setup it's possible to get satisfying results at higher crossover points before some subwoofers exceed their optimum high frequency range. Believing in the science shouldn't keep us from experimenting.Having done some information experiments, I believe in the double blind tests that found crossing over up to 150 hz a fine place to crossover when done well (intelligent sub positions, EQ, etc).