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Old 13th January 2011, 02:47 PM   #1
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Smile Hello,From SEDONA AZ.

I love music and art. Now I would have liked to have been an electrical engineer vs a floor covering Installer. I have built a dedicated music room, Balanced Silver Interconnects, and Speakers designed by Murray Zeligman.My equipment is all Plinius with the exception of the turntable which is a kuzma.I would share details with any one interested. Right now I am working on redoing the external crossover using Janzen Caps Janzen Inductors and Duelund Resistors, which brings me to a Question that I hope someone could Enlighten me with an answer. The crossover is an external passive/parellel circit design. My question is how important is it for the + and - paths within the crossover be equal within the crossover circit be for the ambilacals in and out. At the moment the + path is 52 inches for the tweeters and midranges, and 37inches for the - path. I know Its Imporant in the Interconnects and speaker cables but not sure for the crossover. My common sense says it is, and my problem is if it is, where would I put the extra 15 inches to ballance the path lenghts out. Any comments would be appreciated. Thank You, Dale
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Old 15th January 2011, 03:39 AM   #2
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Hello Dale and welcome. You might want to take your question(s) to the MultiWay section so you get more traffic.
planet10 needs your help:
Let's help Ruth and Dave
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