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re above;

is it 'best' to utilize the LFE input which i can 'shape' thru an eq or behringer 2024??..............

this would by-pass xovr allowing expanded range [increased > 150 Hz cut-off]

there will be 4 in a small room, [appx 15'w x10'd,

any advise on phasing.........

thx agn!
 

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Not sure I get your post. A receiver’s LFE is an output, not an input. The LFE output is limited to bass (subwoofer) frequencies, so I’m not sure why you would want to connect a full-range speaker like the CLSC-15 to it... :scratch:

any advise on phasing.........
It’s not an issue unless you’re using a subwoofer with separate full-range speakers.

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Wayne
 

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.............well, yes, me thinx....
the cv clsc 15 s are powered sub's with lfe, spkr, + line inputs.

manual states 'lfe input bypass' xo, i assume gain pot still operates.

yes to utilizing with full range, however, wish to high-pass them to 'limit woofer excursion'

might as well save an amp since clsc 15s are powered

same 2 same re extnded crossover & phasing querie...........

thx agn, see ya
 
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