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Old 11th February 2008, 10:02 PM   #11
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Got the parts today. I'm a little lost.

I think i might be short one part...but I'm not sure. So I don't have to take apart my front speakers I'm looking at the picture I posted above to try and duplicate the layout, minus the large low pass filter. I see 4 resistors but I have received 3. A resistor wouldn't have any part in the woofer section would it?
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