How do you determine crossover settings for home audio?
September 23, 2005 2:11 PM Subscribe
I'm setting up my first home theatre system, and I keep hearing and reading about crossovers, which have me a bit confused...
posted by WinnipegDragon to Technology (10 answers total)
I guess I understand the basics, that each speaker has a range of frequencies that they can produce, and that the crossover is the range of frequencies that more than one speaker will be responsible for producing. So, what I need to know is do you want small ranges of crossover, large ranges, or is it all a matter of preference?
To be specific, I am running a Pioneer A/V receiver (model # escapes me at the moment), Boston Acoustics CR67 for the left and right channel, and a Velodyne DLS3500R subwoofer. Eventually, I'll add the center channel, move the CR67's to the surrounds, and buy something fancy for the left and right channel.