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    Default crossover frequency?

    How do i know what to set the frequency on my receiver?
    onkyo 540 with polk R300 speakers.
    thanks jerry

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    Well, the over all frequency response of those speakers is 45Hz - 24kHz. If you are talking about THX, they set their subwoofer crossover at 80Hz. However, Dolby Digital sets their at 90Hz. Setting This is implying however that you are using a subwoofer. If you have only those speakers in stereo without a subwoofer, no crossover is needed. 80 Hz is a generally desirable crossover frequency in most applications. I hope this helps.

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    Default i just found it

    Thanks i found in my book that for that size
    cone it should be set at 80hz.
    thanks agian jerry

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