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Wayne,

I know this has been rehashed a lot but I am a newbe so to speak. My plan is to build 2 of the 3 subs for the 4's that I am building right now. My plan is to put them in my spare rectangular bedroom that is approx 14x18. I was going to put them in the corners, and run the 4's on stands about 3' from the side walls. From the reading that I have done on the subject here, am I correct to assume that I can run plate amps with DSP on each sub, and cross them over at about 100 hz?

Also, you guys seem to all be looking at graphs and freq responses etc. Forgive me for being ignorant, but is there an easy way to read the graphs? All I have ever known is if a speaker goes from say 25 hz to 30 khz? You don't have these written like this on the site. How do I read what a speaker can do from these impedance graphs?

I would almost bet that I am not the only ones that wants to know this but was afraid to ask?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Jon
 
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