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Old 3rd October 2004, 02:33 PM   #1
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In the general LR 24db two way cross over filter can I skip the HPF section and give the output of LPF section to a woofer.I plan a cut off frequency of 300hz. Basically how will it sound if I want only active LPF section.The setup is for PC speakers.I want a active woofer along with the normal PC speakers.I have an amp to drive this woofer.

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