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Old 29th June 2011, 06:13 PM   #1
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Default notch filter/shelving filter for Alpair5?

Just a quick post to ask If anyone has used a filter with the Alpair5 to tame the rising response. I know the power response shows this to be an on axis phenomena but i guess the radiation must stay quite wide due to the small size, as it is still easily audible to me at least, a good ways off axis.

Thanks for reading and any advice

Or if anyone has zma/frd files for the A5 id appreciate it, then i can try from scratch
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