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Old 29th August 2007, 08:45 PM   #1
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Default cap for ff225k and ft17h

Hi, what uf/c capacitator I should use to cross the FT17H with FF225k? at what frequency should I cross?
Looking at the graph I think at least 10000 max 11000, right?

This quality is
or this
is ok?

I need an empty pcb? like this:

I want the level control:
Level control PS 8/100
the mono version, right?

thak you
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Old 29th August 2007, 09:18 PM   #2
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Old 29th August 2007, 09:44 PM   #3
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I found this calculator on the same site:

But if the Ft17h is 98,5 db and ff225k is 96db I need a level control, or not? or anyway could be usefull...

I don't need a pcb, but how I connect together the two speaker if I can't access to blinding post.
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