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Old 5th February 2004, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Impedance compensation calculations based on T/S params?

Recently I came across a website that calculated component values for impedance compensation with the input of t/s params. Does anybody have a link?

Since I'm currently a tad too broke to buy a sub amp for my 8" DVC that's going to accompany my TB w3-871s speakers, I'm going to cheese out and buy/build a passive crossover. The one I'm looking at is a 120hz crossover, but since the TB's resonance is at 110hz, the impedance is up. Way up. Like 65 ohms. Since it's such a steep curve at the resonant frequency, rather than guess at it's approximate value and spend a month tweaking, I'd like to level out the impedance.

Any helpers?
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