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Split an esl panel to two way panel
Split an esl panel to two way panel
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Old 13th August 2008, 05:13 PM   #1
pwgtang is offline pwgtang  Armenia
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Default Split an esl panel to two way panel

Hello,I had a pair of acoustat 1+1. Do any one had try modify
the stator wireing to make it works as a two way panel?Thanks

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Old 13th August 2008, 06:57 PM   #2
moray james is offline moray james  Canada
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You will want to have a meter on hand so you can make sure that all the stator wires are where you want them to be. All you have to do is to split the stator wires in the middle at the top and bottom of each side of each stator. Make sure you have a well connected lead wire for each stator section. That's about it, make sure you manage your polarity. What are you planning to do with regards to drive? I have a set of model two's here right now that I am running as two ways one panel bass one panel treble but I plan to do similar to what you are doing in a 0ne plus 0ne configuration. It is simple to run one panel (or part of one) off of a single transformer and the other off of the other transformer.
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