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I have 5"speakers should I play them with bass/highs or just high. if thats confusing im sorry.

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well.. for u speakers, you should have a passive crossover for them and play them in flat. no sense in using focals and not using a crossover, the low/high pass filters on an amp will not be as excate as a crossover, expectually if its made specificly for u speaker.

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I would run them in a bandpass alighnment from around 150-200hz high pass to 5,000-8,000hz low pass your speakers and your ears will appriciate this.basically run them where it is within the linear operating range a 5" is more of a mid than a mid bass so try to go within manufacturer range of operation.You need to also think about powerhandling problems at a lower frequency due to the xmax of the driver.Also running the driver too high will not sound good because of linearality.The frequency bandwidth that is stated above should yield good results.

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