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It says frequency response as 40 Hz to 170 Hz (Subwoofer) and 200 Hz to 20 KHz (Satellite speaker). How it will manage frequency from 170 Hz to 200 Hz. Will this be affected

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It's certainly not a matter of hookup. I will assume that your speaker outputs from the receiver, hook the sub directly, and the satellite speakers hook to the sub ad ? If so, this type of connection is seriously out of date. No matter. I would need to know the exact hookup of your speaker system.

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The sub-woofer will handle a frequency of 40Hz to 170Hz of the sound spectrum, and the satellite will handle 200Hz to 20KHz. There is frequency hollow that is, 170Hz to 200Hz; and it is not quite audible and noticeable to human ear. Gopakumar Gopalan Google

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Brave and hands on!I like that from a user,but you should pay a professional to connect it for you for your first time.Since you have paying him to do this,you should learn from him so next time you know what is the right way and avoid problems.

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