Crossover slope for the Apogee Full Range

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Crossover slope for the Apogee Full Range

Postby dazzdax on Thu Oct 24, 2019 10:36 am

Hi all,

This issue has been discussed many times, but I'm still uncertain whether a 6 dB/octave slope with a crossover point at 400 Hz is still recommended by FR owners.
Is there a consensus that the first order slope still is the best sounding? Do some of you apply a second order (12 dB/octave) slope? Is 400 Hz still the preferred crossover point?

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Re: Crossover slope for the Apogee Full Range

Postby dazzdax on Sun Nov 17, 2019 9:22 pm

Anyone?
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Re: Crossover slope for the Apogee Full Range

Postby Graz on Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:37 pm

Hello Chris

First order is good for the Fr for several reasons, though s/o can be used I recommend keeping it at the same point for the bass>mr. Expect a character change - you may or may not like it!

Other forces are at work in your FR that have yet to be identified - but if you experiment with a mini dsp you might find a balance in the meantime...

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