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Old 12th October 2013, 09:11 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by moray james View Post
the auto transformer in the CF3&4 are used to stet up the signal to boos HF response. More than that I cannot say. Best regards Moray James.

I'm still unsure we're talking about the same thing.
auto-transformers usually allow to vary the level starting from 0dB and adjusting to minus 2dB, minus 4dB etc. If switching back from minus 4dB to minus 2 dB means increasing, then OK.

Again, I have inverted my autotransformers so that the nominal 0dB is increased by +1,5 dB, +3dB etc. up to +7,5dB (multiple taps allow up to +15dB but it becomes dangerous for the amp), i.e I am boosting the original signal to increase the response in the UHF, where most 2" drivers drop off normally.
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