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    Inline Xovers - Any1 got a circuit diagram

    I was wondering if any1 had an idea of how to create an inline crossover then runs inline with your RCA cable connected to your amp. Im trying to create a high pass for over 100hz.
    I have made a low xover 1 before but through trial and error. All it involves are 2 resistors and 2 capacitors. Im trying to find someone who possibly as the exact resistor values and capacitor values to create a high pass 100hz xover.
    Any clues ?
    Crutchfield makes a similar thing.
    http://www.crutchfield.com/cgi-bin/S...00&I=069900062







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    You're better off using something that you can buy...your RCA has very low signal strength, with semi-high impedence. The Harrison stuff seems okay, don't start hackin' your RCA's up...



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