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Old 29th May 2005, 08:08 PM   #1
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Default Group Buy of PASSIVE Crossover PCBs

I'd like to do a group buy for a PCB for a PASSIVE crossover board. I have designed the board but it is open to suggestions. Here are the specs:

2 way 2nd Order
Impedance Equalization for Tweeter (optional)
Impedance Equalization for Woofer (optional)
Attenuation for Tweeter (optional)
ByPass Capacitors at all Capacitors (optional)

This would be for a two speaker system and the values of the components would be up to you since the PCB would be blank. This PCB is being designed to accomodate all crossover points. The optional items are simply that, optional; the PCB will have spots for the components, but whether you add these components to the circuit is up to you. So you could have a simple 2 way, 2nd order at any frequency crossover point with any or all of the options that make sense for you.

The single sided board would be etched and drilled. Price depends on the number ordered and I will try to firm up the price as interest is received.

All that is required to use the board is to purchase the components at the proper values depending on the alignment chosen and solder them to the board. Instructions will be included.

Hope this thing gets off the ground!

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Old 29th May 2005, 08:27 PM   #2
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It could get off the ground faster if it were more versatile. My suggestions are 4th order capable and pads for a midwoofer and tweeter notch.
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Old 1st November 2015, 05:43 PM   #3
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This never did get off the ground as you can see from the thread history. I'm considering doing it again and am taking advise and making it more versatile. I'm redesigning the board and if there is any interest I'll arrange for a group buy. Prices of PCBs are pretty good so I think with quantity these will be fairly cheap. Please post here if interested.

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