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Old 30th December 2012, 09:30 PM   #1
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Default Hybrid design with Mid and tweeter for passive

HI all,

I currently have 3 way OB active system....with total of 6 amp....now i want to do passive between Mid and High which is nothing more then crossed at 4khz with no specific more details(atleast two amp i wont need)...whereas in BASS i have some eq i did....

I tried looking for various site even all those (incuding Passive Crossover Designer 7) so far unable to get any luck...

any ideas where i can find any information....

My current Mid is eminence beta 12lta and High is Neo3.....future state not too far....High would be RAAL 140-15d and Mid either of Accuton , scanspeak or neo 10...still deciding on that.....

any place i can look for...


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