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      10-15-2012, 03:57 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by omaragha View Post

Should I turn the filters off, asumption that the MS8 shoudl do this work ?

You answered your question.

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Ok, update.

Ive set the MS8 up with teh following:

FL+FR 1 way 150HZ 24db
Center 1 way 150Hz 24db
SL+SR 1 way 150Hz 24DB
Sub1&2 30hz 12 db

I have some great staging across the front now but find the subs very 'boomy' and the fronts mids are struggling as they pop. Not sure what is the RMS for a Logic 7 mid ? I have 100 RMS going to fronts with the AMP gain turned down to a third but they still pop.

Set the MS8 up at -30 and now have it at -6. Head Unit was set to about 42 clicks at calibaration.

Any ideas or is it a case of the Logic 7 mids now not keeping up ?
L7 mids are 75W RMS. So don't push them more than that.

I guess you are referring 30Hz as subsonic filter. (correct me if I am wrong).

You will get better sound if you setup front / subs at 120hz @24db, BUT be careful when you set your gains on your speakers.

I would set the gains of amp to 20% and let MS-8 do its job.

HTHs.
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