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AR.com Ed Frias DIY X-over components question.
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Old 26th February 2004, 04:41 PM   #1
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Default AR.com Ed Frias DIY X-over components question.

Howdy,

I am trying to round up the crossover componets for the audioreview.com DIY bookshelves by Ed Frias, but some of the parts listed at MCM are discontinued. My question is for those that have recently worked on this DIY. Where did you find your components?

Specifically, the 12watt 5ohm resistor pt#50-5525 and the 2.0mh Air core choke pt#50-375 have been discontinued on the MCM site. I have found comparable parts at speakercity.com, but have decided to post here for any other suggestions or advice.

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