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Old 15th May 2008, 05:59 PM   #1
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Hey Inductor,

I'm almost done building the cabinets for the Lipinski Montior clones. I'll be putting up pics soon. However, I did have a question about the crossover schematic you sugggested to me here:


The BOM includes a 6.3uF C3 capacitor but the schematic does not include this capacitor. Is this a mistake in the BOM or does it need to go somewhere in the crossover? Thanks in advance....
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