Hello, all...I gots me a question:
When setting a channel to "small" on my receiver, I have the option to adjust the crossover frequency (40 to 250 Hz). Is this frequency akin to the crossover frequency in a speaker, i.e. the mid-point (more or less) of some 3 dB per 8ve rolloff? Or, since it is a digital processor, is this a harder cutoff frequency?
In other words, if I set the crossover frequency to 100 Hz, how much power will get through to the speaker below 100 Hz?
Is this standard on all receivers, or is this one of those things I should ask the manufacturer about?
(yes, yes, I could borrow a noise generator and a digital scope from work and find out for myself, but that's a lot of equipment to be loading into my car...especially under the security cameras :D )
Sony STR-DA2ES 6.1
Front : rt55i
Center : cs400i
Surround : JBL HLS 610 (soon to be f/xi 50)
Surround back : csi30