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Old 14th March 2012, 03:31 PM   #1
edinm is offline edinm  Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Default Using 4 x l15d with SMPS500R

Is it posible? I intend to use it for bi-amp. 2 x l15d for tweet and 2 x l15d for woofers. My speakers are 4 ohm each. I dont ned lot of power (home listening). Itend to make line level crossover and to pu PASS B1 Buffer for impedance matching between source and amps.

What do you think about this arangement? Especialy using PASS B1 Buffer with L15D. Anyone try this?

Thanks for help
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Old 14th March 2012, 04:35 PM   #2
norazmi is offline norazmi  Malaysia
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why not? since tweet didnt draw much current. u can add more capacitor bank to reduce voltage drop.
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