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Re: Maggies and active crossovers

No it's not as simple, but you should always be able to get a "better" sound. In designing a passive crossover the engineer is limited by the impedance characteristics of the drivers themselves, often resulting in compromize solutions the produce audible artifacts in directional pressure or intensity response. Davey, you might be right in that those "artifacts" might be the defining nature of the loudspeaker's sound. with a flexible crossover/eq you can "restore" or even improve on the sound in the "Nice" realm before current amplification.

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