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Old 2nd September 2010, 09:41 AM   #1
JanErik is offline JanErik  Finland
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Default 12 dB enough for subwoofer lowpass filter?

I am designing a lowpass filter for a subwoofer and would really like to make the crossover frequency adjustable as described at DIY Mini Subwoofer .
But I guess most available pots are limited to dual-gang, so I will be stuck at 12 dB (unless I want to make it adjustable to a couple set frequencies using jumpers). Do you think that is enough?
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