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Revision to JBL C.N. 270637 for BSC
Revision to JBL C.N. 270637 for BSC
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Old 7th November 2012, 08:49 AM   #1
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Some help here please.


I'm building them from scratch - different shaped box (same volume). BUT, they will be used for surrounds and installed 'in-wall' with the speaker baffle exactly flush with the wall.

What components on the crossover network should I try swapping/experimenting with to get rid of or reduce the BSC.?

I can do measurements in the final analysis but need some idea around the component(s) I should look at before I construct the crossover. This will help me make allowances for swapping in/out before the final board make up is settled on and soldered.

Appreciate your help....
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Old 7th November 2012, 06:09 PM   #2
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Most likely if this design has BSC it has been done with an oversize bass in inductor in combination with a capacitor that doesnt turn over till the crossover region.

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