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Old 18th April 2009, 04:18 PM   #1
ubaid88 is offline ubaid88  Pakistan
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Default Biamp with high-mid pasive filter.

hi i am quite new to audio amplifiers. I have previously build some guitar pedals and guitar preamp/powers amp.
So now i want to build stereo bi-amp with passive high-mid filter(chip or solid state).
Some this like this.

But this schematic is quite unclear to me. Any help will be appreicated. Or can you suggest any similar circuits with pcb layout.

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Old 19th April 2009, 04:31 PM   #2
gfiandy is offline gfiandy  United Kingdom
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If you want to understand how this works I would start here:

there are lots of very useful articles on this site as well.

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