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Old 17th February 2002, 10:39 PM   #1
jazzius is offline jazzius
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Cool How much would this cost???

I'm thinking of asking someone to build me something along the lines of this:


Does anyone have an idea of what this might cost (parts only)?

Does anyone know of a practical way to use an active digital FIR crossover?

Does anyone have a reason why this is not a good system, or suggestions of a better system. The system will be used for mastering and must be full range (flat down to 25hz).

many thanks....J
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