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Old 13th May 2007, 02:48 AM   #1
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Hi all,

If you check out the celestion 66 needs Mid-range you'll see what started out as a request for a replacement driver has morphed into an exercise into reverse engineering and refurbishing a crossover.

This is a request for help from those with a greater understanding than mine (very limited) on this matter.

Is there any (free preferably) software that will help me model this crossover?

in the later posts in the thread you'll see that we have two examples of the crossover - one point to point wired - one on a PCB

Also we'll be replacing some ~30 year old capacitors and would welcome some recommendations - preferably based on sound(!) engineering - as opposed to snake oil + voodoo.

please feel free to reply here - or in the original thread.

Thanks in advance,

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Old 13th May 2007, 02:50 AM   #2
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Just a quick response. Audua's Loudspeaker Workshop will do this.

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Thanks,

That looks really good. I've downloaded it - I'll just need to get my head around it
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Thanks,

That looks really good. I've downloaded it - I'll just need to get my head around it
Yes getting your head around it is the hard part of the software. although I am lead to believe there are tutorial/help files that explain most of it.
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