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    Ive got a small problem

    Ive got a set of alpine 6 1/2" components ,the tweeters are working ,lots of treble coming through them, but the speaker has a small amount of treble,but i thought it was supposed to be bass through it ??? dnt have any

    Everything is connected nicely ,no loose wires etc ,if this makes sence can u guys n girls give me sum help plz ,its driving me up the wall
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    do your componets have a built in cross over or a seperate one??

    if its is a seperate one is it adjustable??

    if it is adjustable the settings are probably set wrong. make sure it is set to LPF for the main driver and HPF for the tweeter

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    Quote Originally Posted by A5TRA 59ORT
    do your componets have a built in cross over or a seperate one??

    if its is a seperate one is it adjustable??

    if it is adjustable the settings are probably set wrong. make sure it is set to LPF for the main driver and HPF for the tweeter



    Its a seperate one ,i'll need to check & see if its adjustale ,thanks for that
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    Look at the frequency response of the speakers, it will give you a good idea of what sound they should be producing.

    But...Comp spkrs arent there for bass, thats what the subs do, same as you dont ask the subs to do mid/treble. It's not what they're designed for. For the best sound block the bass frequencies all together from the comp speakers and they will sound better. They're there for vocals and mid range frequencies.

    Subs for Bass 20Hz - 300Hz
    Comp for Mid 800Hz - 5000Hz
    Tweet for Treble 7000Hz - 20 000Hz

    They are competely off the top of my head but give you a good idea of what each speaker should be producing. You cant really even hear the extreme ends of the scales.
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    Just found this on another website, give you a better idea of what I mean...
    The pink bits are my work, so ignore the scrappy lines! I chose pink cos its shows up best
    The lines are each speaker and what freq they produce, the higher the line the better (louder) they produce it, the lower, the more the speaker is struggling.
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    do you have a cross over?
    If so have you checked the input, and the 2 ouputs?

    Are you sure the wires are all intact, sounds as if the mids aren't??

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