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Old 5th March 2010, 12:03 AM   #11
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I checked my backup drive tonight and I found what I believe to be the original measurement file for the woofer. The file for the tweeter and my crossover file are mysteriously missing, so I would have to re-measure them.

Tell you what, give me a week to find and setup my measuring equipment and I will take a look at these again. I may be able to get a crossover up that doesn't require the modifications to the woofer. At the very least I can get some measurement files that others can take a look at.
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