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    Default Polk DB6501 setup help

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    Im trying to tune my amplifier and im not sure to what frequency i should switch my front polks db6501 to 90-150hz i will also be buying Polk MM2124 sub and also to what frequency should i switch it too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huligan14 View Post
    Hello

    Im trying to tune my amplifier and im not sure to what frequency i should switch my front polks db6501 to 90-150hz i will also be buying Polk MM2124 sub and also to what frequency should i switch it too?

    Wow no help at all . well ill still take some time and explain to those who will have this question in future, as what i have found out from professionals:
    on the amplifier its good thing to turn off the built in crossover and leave those frequency's, as polk Db6501 have a good crossover and so there is no need to use 2 crossovers.

    But it is a good thing to use amplifiers crossover and set frequency's from 90-150 if u don't have a component speakers. (component speakers include crossover box*)

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