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Old 12th February 2003, 04:54 AM   #1
theChris is offline theChris
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ok, if a speaker is placed within 4" of a monitor, i should definately use a sheilded one, right?

next, the hard one:

what is desirable when matching speakers for a bi-amped setup using a 4th order crossover (linkwitz riley is my choice). also, i had thoght of placeing on crossover point at 1.8kHz, but was afraid that would be bad.

i'll have more info later, homework now...
if only it could be used for good, not evil...
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