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Old 1st December 2009, 08:30 AM   #1
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Hi Peter,

Just to say thank you very much, received kit and completed one in an evening. I very happy, as I only have a little experience, and a little knowledge. Completed kit sounds quite good, although only had a short listen at this point!
I do have to ask about that choice of mute resistor, why the SM device? When everything else is so easy, that kinda stands out as being quite tricky!

While I'm here, in your opinion, is it OK to go on and use the two boards as 4 x mono for active crossover purposes?

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The main reason for SMD was location. It's place right under the pins of the chip and there was no way I could use through hole part. With a help of tweezers, it's quite easy to install too.

Sure, it will work very well as 4 separate channels.
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