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Old 22nd September 2013, 02:48 PM   #1
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Default Baffle step correction thingie from ebay

Hi there

i stumbled upon a german seller (that's where i got my Fostex FE206En from) which sells a correction network for rising response and for linearising of the speaker impedance

now i ask you fellow fostex users and others... is it worth it ?

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Old 22nd September 2013, 10:39 PM   #2
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Old 23rd September 2013, 02:41 PM   #3
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I don't know if it's the same thing.
The components values in the picture don't "add up"...
Unless you know the real circuit that OP is asking?! Is it the same layout? And what about the different values for caps and different number of components in a first count. If you know what the circuit/components are used please share with us. They say something about a publication that was on, whatever that means.
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lol what a Price! For 100 Euro you can buy Mini DSP that can do everything!
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They say something about a publication that was on, whatever that means.
It means check the rating of the review i guess. i googled for this release and didn't find anything useful unfortunately.
Also yes... the numbers don't add up from calculator to this thing


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lol what a Price! For 100 Euro you can buy Mini DSP that can do everything!
Everything ? Really everything ? Can it levitate ?
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how about a simple 10 band equalizer ????

used at a pawn shop, the price is low.
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how about a simple 10 band equalizer ???
I have never heard a graphic equalizer that I wanted to leave in circuit...
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I have never heard a graphic equalizer that I wanted to leave in circuit...
But you would leave a "thingy" in there???
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I have never heard a graphic equalizer that I wanted to leave in circuit...
I have one, very 'P.O.S.H.'
It's on the shady part of the shelfs now. It was used to make small bookshelfs look like big floorstandings with good results, but not deserving mention. The floorstandings took their position. The GE is more like (Tapco T-231) a Dual 31 Band EQ, balanced ready.
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But you would leave a "thingy" in there???
Passives rule, more when they are a mystery or secret.
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