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    building your own crossover

    does anyone have a site that has info on doin this? i would love to build y own single order cross over for my componants. would i use this style for a componant setup? please help







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    Re: building your own crossover

    This shows what it does
    http://www.bcae1.com/xovrslop.htm

    as far as building one.. you need to know what you want to roll off, and then you need to find a capacitor and a coil/resistor that will give you that slope and freq cut off.




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