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8 years ago
Depending on the filter type (Linkwitz-Riley, Butterworth, etc) it may sum close to flat or there may be a dip/bump in response. What you could do to make the most of the situation is to put it where some part of the system already has a bump/dip, making it closer to flat. If it's a dip, maybe stick it where your first feedback frequency is... which is a bump in the system's response. System meaning EVERYTHING of course, from the microphone to the room's resonances.
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