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  1. Is the Fives good at producing the 65Hz frequency?
  2. I recommend l[moderateir edit for purposes of clarify and coherency] my crossover slope my . . . Is very different from my crossover slope I don’t
  3. [Moderator edit to remove extranious, non-pertanent information, useful and relevant information has been intact] My . . .
  4. [Moderator edit to remove extranious, non-pertanent information, useful and relevant information, if any, has been left intact] Yeah today I . . .
  5. Yes my subwoofer is louder by doing that it seems the sound is better to increase the subwoofer but I don’t want to turn my subwoofer volume higher then my other speakers
  6. [Moderator edit to remove extranious, non-pertanent information, useful and relevant information, if any, has been left intact] Yeah I . . . . [Not much is salvageable on this one]
  7. [Moderator edit to remove extranious, non-pertanent information, useful and relevant information has been left intact] The Cornwall IV is bigger [. . .)bass sound [. . .] that means this Cornwall IV is [. . .] a good speaker yes[?].
  8. Get subwoofer for bass oh! But that may not work cuz this Cornwall 4 is bigger then most subwoofers the way I get the bass is I use a 5 inch bookshelf for mids and a 15 inch subwoofer for bass yeah my 15 inch subwoofer doesn’t play frequencies above 59Hz that makes my bass sound stand out very much from my bookshelf speakers very thick bumping beats
  9. [Moderator edit to remove extranious, non-pertanent information, useful and relevant information has been left intact] "Yeah I . . . increase my subwoofer . . . volume from . . . is my subwoofer louder by doing that?
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