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Old 14th March 2004, 09:10 PM   #1
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Hi just another new face to this forum,and a question.

I have a LS51KT americian legacy crossover (with the 5.25" speakers in the kit) and one of the caps blew.I would like to replace the inductors and caps with better ones on a newly etched board that I will make.

Dose anyone know the value of the iron core inductors that they used? or can some one direct me to a schematic or anything?

Maby someone that knows more about the specifics than I do could suggest some inductor values and types that will work out well.
Any help would be very greatly appriciated and I would like to say thanks in advance for any help.

Thanks Mike.
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