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deegz97 
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Hi all,

I was recommended by the manufacturer of my speakers (coax 6.5's) to add a bass blocker on the positive input. The manufacturer recommended a 200 Mfd @ 100v, non-polarized. Well, i got a hold of them, and they are big. How can i figure out which frequencies they are going to inhibit from my 6.5's? I am going to put them on this weekend, just kind of curious before the fact if there will be any mid at all...

Thanks again!

Jeff

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DYohn wrote:

https://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/crosscalc.asp#cc

At 4-ohms, 200mfd = about 200Hz high pass.

Thanks alot, but taking the risk of sounding dumb - i don't understand any of this...is there another sticky I could reference for some guidance?

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ive never found a pair to work right, idk i had them installed with my door speakers on my blazer when i was 16 and they just didnt work right, if you got the cash get an amp with a high pass filter or a headunit with that option.
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deegz97 wrote:
DYohn wrote:

https://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/crosscalc.asp#cc

At 4-ohms, 200mfd = about 200Hz high pass.

Thanks alot, but taking the risk of sounding dumb - i don't understand any of this...is there another sticky I could reference for some guidance?

Follow the link on the left titled "Passive Crossovers."

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