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Crossover Frequency

Crossover frequency tells us how many crossover networks there are where the frequency cut-off to each driver is.

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Large or Small? Setting Your AV Receiver for Your Speakers
A commonly asked question is “should I set my speakers to large or small when I’m setting up my AV receiver?”
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A (Very Brief and Somewhat Shallow) Discussion On Crossover Networks

A perfect crossover is a driver that reproduces all frequencies equally well; by that definition because of the laws of physics, there can be no such thing as a perfect crossover. 

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Why Automated Room Correction Software Is Reporting Your Speakers Are Out of Phase

When your automated room correction software tells you that you have a speaker out of phase, here's what that probably means.

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Bi-Amping 101

Like a lot of tech in the audio world, bi-amping is often misuderstood, so we're going to shed some light on the pros, cons and myths. 

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Open Your Soundstage Up With LS50W Phase Correction

Grab a song you’re really familiar with and play around a bit with the phase correction. What you’ll hear with the phase correction engaged is a sharpness to the mids and highs (we dare not say hi-def, do we?) but even more stunning is the expansion of the soundstage in all three dimensions. Once you lock onto the difference you will actually be able to hear the soundstage of your favorite music with not only height and width, but with depth as well.

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