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Old 4th November 2007, 04:32 PM   #1
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Default L-pad attenuator for midrange driver 6 1/4 inch driver

Dear friends,
I would like to know how to attenuate the mids for a 3 way systems. Can I use a L-pad attenuator for this? Its said that the mid will dessipate lots of energy so we need a heatsinked resistors like the one in the caddock.... so friends what do u recommend?

thanks,
Ken
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