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RE: MMG MiniDSP and bi-amp Questions

Neo, I was wondering if we were talking about 2 different things. By asymmetric, I meant the original MMG xover with the mix of 1st/2nd order slopes. In this case, the current design would be symmetric for having 1st/1st.

Perhaps the symmetry you refer to is with regard to another set of parameters? I believe you mean that the points for each driver are at the same frequency. This latter case is when one should expect to see no difference? I guess this is it. Which would explain why, by being asymmetric in this sense, I didn't see what I expected from a current design. Of course, MMGs don't want to use the same points because, hey, that would be boring and conventional. LOL!

So, both MMG xover designs share this kind of approach to frequency point asymmetry. In addition, the original design is further asymmetric in the slopes used.

All of which helps us have so much fun. :-))



Edits: 02/24/12

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