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Old 2nd July 2009, 07:19 PM   #31
TheMike is offline TheMike  Switzerland
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From what i've read in this topic it seems you would be better served if you build an already working project from other people here in the forums.
The advantage would be a nice learning effect and a bigger probability to build a good sounding loudspeaker.
As previously mentioned the correct design of the crossover filter is complex and not to forget the driver/box/damping interaction......
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Mike
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