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Are you wiring all 4 polks to each channel separately? If so, the top and bottom would be set to HP and set them up identically as far as gain and X-over.
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Originally Posted by Patrick
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lets keep it as simple as that.
And then set gains accordingly, and of course "fine tune" my suggestions as needed (xover freq)
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there is more than just a HPF switch, theres one that says LP/HP freq, then a seperate HP, and then a switch that says low pass 50-800hz and 250hz-4khz.
Both do the same thing. They are just set up to be able to run 2 channels for highs and 2 for bass if needed. In your case both switches would be on HPF. the XO won't be turned to the same place but both can be XO'd at 80hz. The bass boost to the right should both be off and the other switch won't be used since you aren't running it in LPF.
That only leaves the gain knob to adjust.
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