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Sam you pretty much have that spot on. Now a days the subs crossover can be adjusted by the user either in the Amp set up or on the sub itself. I personally set the sub crossover in the amp to as high as possible or pass-through and then adjust the crossover on the actual sub.

Although most speakers are capable of reaching a range of 30 or 40hz I always have my sub come in around 60 or 70hz. That way you can set your speaker crossovers in your amp up higher so you aren't working your amp(s) and speakers as hard and are allowing your sub to produce the low end you are looking for.
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