View Full Version : Subsonic filter
05-16-1998, 12:54 AM
Does anyone know of any manufacturers that make an active subsonic filter. Not looking for a crossover with this feature just a dedicated unit. Thanks
The Wright Connection
05-18-1998, 02:42 AM
Having a big problem with subsonic frequencies? What song were you listening to that went below 10 hz? Need more info.
05-18-1998, 03:31 AM
I'm not having any problems at all. It's mainly for the amplifier, more efficient without having to waste power reproducing below 25 hz or so, plus my subwoofer system is vented.
I haven't seen one in a while. I think we still have one of the Hifonics I/O's in stock though.
The Woofer Wizard sold by Old Colony Sound Lab. What you are looking for is called a rumble filter. Their web address is
Check it out..
05-19-1998, 11:05 PM
Thanks but I think I've got it covered. Harrison Sound Labs has an FMOD available, highpass point is 20 hz, also have one at 30 hz. I think it will do the trick, nice, clean and simple. For $30 or so it's worth a shot.
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