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    hey all.. i've got a pair of MM2124s at the moment, and i've just bought a pair of Schneider PRO12DVs. I was planning on having one pair cover my really low frequencies(thinking from 20-50hz aboutish) and the other 2 cover the higher bass frequencies(up to around 110-hz).
    Was just wanting your opinions on which 2 should do what? Thanks :D

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    I personally think there's no need for all that. I'd use the two momo subs and set the LPF to somewhere between 80-100hz

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