The xover did have a jumper, but it was set correctly. Before I had the HPF on the NINe.2X set pretty high (probably what gave me that gap), I adjusted that and it gave me some more midbass, so that's good. It doesn't label the frequencies very well so you just have to kind of guess. I have it set to were I marked in red here
Here is the sub's amp, you can see that I have it set to the red mark.
I had the meter set to slow and C weighting. For my audio card, I'm using a DAC (EB-801). I'm playing these tones through winamp (without any equalization). I downloaded the tones from a reliable source (http://realmofexcursion.com/). The mids a definitely not hitting the door, I made sure of that. Now I'm getting more of a 9db difference between 800 and 2000 which is bad but not anything like 23db. The problem I'm having is getting an accurate reading. The meter is all over the place. It's hard to even get an avergage. Check out this video I uploaded of me trying to to a reading at 6k. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ytu9HfcBMPU Sometimes it swings even more than in that video. And it never comes to a stop.