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Old 1st April 2014, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default Looking for Passive XO - KEF Q100 Driver

Hello,

I've acquired a few KEF Q100s with the intent of repackaging and actively crossing each over to a Dayton RS225 using a miniDSP.

Over the last few weeks I've been digging around to see if anyone has offered an improved passive crossover design for the coaxial. Not much has turned up and at the moment I don't have the facilities to properly measure and design a crossover. I'm curious to know if anyone is aware of an available design or can suggest some tweaks to the existing crossover?

Any insight would be much appreciated

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I've been following the forum here for years and would like to say thanks for plethora of info and entertainment you've all provided.
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