What should my crossover frequency be set to?

80 Hz
Set the crossover point around 10 Hz below the lowest frequency your speakers can produce without issue. (keep in mind that the most common recommendation for crossover frequency is 80 Hz).

What should I set my speaker crossover to?

80 Hz is a commonly recommended crossover setting because this is the generally accepted point at which it becomes difficult for humans to localize a sound. However, it takes a big driver, or lots of smaller drivers, to produce big bass.

What Hz should my subwoofer be on?

A 20-120 Hz rating is best for bass in most subwoofers. The lower the Hz, the more is the bass you can get. Some of the best subwoofers in the market have this Hz range. If you are buying a subwoofer that has a fixed Hz rating, you should ensure it is lower than 80 Hz if the bass is important to you.

What is a crossover frequency?

The crossover frequency is the frequency at which sound transitions from one speaker to another. In a passive speaker, the electronic crossover components determine where the sound transitions from the speaker channels to a subwoofer. The crossover frequency can also be set manually if further optimization is needed.

How big is the hkts 9 / 16 subwoofer?

The HKTS 9/16 is a complete six-piece home theater speaker system that includes: •An 8-inch, 200-watt powered subwoofer

How do you set crossover frequency for speakers?

To set crossover frequency for speakers, you need to know the exact speaker type first. If you know the type of speaker you have, you can then work with its recommended crossover range.

Is the Harman hkts 9 / 16 a cinema speaker?

The HKTS 9/16 has been custom designed to provide all the excitement and power of the cinema experience in your own living room. While sophisticated electronics and state-of-the-art speaker components are hard at work within the HKTS 9/16, hookup and operation are simple.

Which is the best crossover frequency for a tweeter?

At this frequency, low-end bass, which can cause distortion, is filtered out. This crossover is the perfect middle ground between midrange bass capability and full-range sounds. For tweeters and 2-way speakers: the recommended crossover frequency is 3.5 kHz (high pass, or high/low pass).