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    Re: 2 channel system and subs.

    Sorry about the echo - lol: No question a crossover is necessary for proper integration of a subwoofer.
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    Re: 2 channel system and subs.

    Quote Originally Posted by kach22i View Post
    Must be an echo in here.......haha.

    He says it straight out that the controls on the sub woofer will only add more delay to an already delayed and out of phase subwoofer. Being 360 out of phase, as in measuring well on a computer screen isn't going to help things in reality.
    Regardless of time delay isn't 360º out of phase actually in phase?
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    Re: 2 channel system and subs.

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeESP9 View Post
    Regardless of time delay isn't 360º out of phase actually in phase?

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    Re: 2 channel system and subs.

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeESP9 View Post
    Regardless of time delay isn't 360º out of phase actually in phase?
    Under test conditions of a steady tone maybe.

    Under conditions of music there will be a time lag.

    I've read that some people find this time lag to be pleasing as it adds a sense of depth and space.

    Others are sensitive to the timing inaccuracies.

    I suspect that because I like panel speakers and open baffle speakers such time delays would just mix all the better with my dipolar speakers, but I cannot say for sure.

    Just saying being out of phase 360 may not be the end of the world. Worse things like being 90 degrees out of phase I suppose.

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