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what is the frequency response

asked on November 28, 2012

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Audioholics did a great review, and for the bookshelf speakers they say "usable bass" goes down to 60Hz, which is about the -6dB point. They certainly look flat up to at least 20KHz according to that review's published graph.
The Pioneer product sheet officially says 55Hz-20KHz, but don't give a tolerance level for th… see more
Audioholics did a great review, and for the bookshelf speakers they say "usable bass" goes down to 60Hz, which is about the -6dB point. They certainly look flat up to at least 20KHz according to that review's published graph.
The Pioneer product sheet officially says 55Hz-20KHz, but don't give a tolerance level for those specs. Still, that's pretty darn close to the third party measurements. see less
Audioholics did a great review, and for the bookshelf speakers they say "usable bass" goes down to 60Hz, which is about the -6dB point. They certainly look flat up to at least 20KHz according to that review's published graph.
The Pioneer product sheet officially says 55Hz-20KHz, but don't give a tolerance level for those specs. Still, that's pretty darn close to the third party measurements.

Zhimbo answered on March 4, 2013
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pretty sure it's 40Hz to 20kHz. Set your crossover to the subwoofer at 80Hz and you should be fine.
Hoss answered on March 2, 2013
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