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Successful builds using Extremis in a TL?
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Old 24th November 2007, 02:29 PM   #1
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Default Successful builds using Extremis in a TL?

I have the idea of mating the midrange and tweeter of a Yamaha NS1000M to dual Extemis 6.8's in a transmission line.

Are there any existing TL designs using the Extremis that I can learn from? I have MJK's spreadsheets, but I have not done a TL before.
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