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Old 30th June 2005, 11:11 PM   #1
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Default For you EE types, please help

I am currently attempting to update the Speaker Workshop Manual. In doing so, a kind soul from Germany has authored a method through which one can use it for active crossovers. He has put together a small tutorial using another piece of freeware from the Linear Team (a CAD program). There were a couple of things he was not certain of (technical, not procedural) that he was hoping an EE could look at. Anyone willing to take a stab? I can email you the document (it is a word document 12 pages long with lots of diagrams and pics).

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Old 1st July 2005, 02:16 AM   #2
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If you are in the right part of Texas, you can come over to the shop.

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Thanks Jocko,

I'm between Ft Worth and Dallas but have no time to travel (60-70 hr work week, infants in the house, etc.). I have the information in electronic form from the author. If you give me your Email address, would be happy to send it your way for your input.

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Use the forum e-maill option. If you have a metro line over there, I can call you later.

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Thanks Jocko,

I'm between Ft Worth and Dallas but have no time to travel (60-70 hr work week, infants in the house, etc.). I have the information in electronic form from the author. If you give me your Email address, would be happy to send it your way for your input.

Thanks,
Jay

Thats not too far from Plano, is it Jocko?
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Old 1st July 2005, 08:27 PM   #6
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Well................look who showed up..........

Why do you think that I live in "plain ol' " Texas?

Jam needs someone to kick him in the butt. Since you have a free day for the first time in a year, you are nominated. If you can track him down.

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