I just ordered the drivers and built the cabinets for my next project, however I do not have a crossover design finalized. The speaker project looks very similar to the Tyler Acoustics Linbrook series speaker. However I am using a cabinet with 3 cu. ft. of volume on the bass module which holds 2 Peerless CSX 8" drivers each, for the MTM module I am using Peerless CSX 6.5" drivers and a Vifa PL27 tweeter.

I am concerned about to much mid bass, so I am would like to explore the idea of a crossover that would have the two bottom woofers operate at different frequencies. Similar to the Von Schweikert VR-4 I. Which uses dual crossover frequencies. This is from the Von Schweikert website.
. I would like to duplicate this design in my speaker. Is this difficult to implement? Thanks.

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I am concerned about to much mid bass, so I am would like to explore the idea of a crossover that would have the two bottom woofers operate at different frequencies. Similar to the Von Schweikert VR-4 I. Which uses dual crossover frequencies. This is from the Von Schweikert website.

Dual crossover frequencies: Both woofers operate down to 20Hz for sub-bass impact. However, to maximize the linearity of the response, separate crossover points are used at 60Hz and 125Hz, eliminating the mid-bass thickness which plagues other designs.

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The TailWind Generation I

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