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Old 7th May 2004, 09:33 AM   #1
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need help for design passive crossover.the driver is scanspeak.
midrange is from 12M/4631G00.tweeter from scanspeak 9900 and woofer from focal 6"utopia.

I need advice for midrange 4631G00.this is 4 ohm driver in 2.4 ltr volume box.please advice from everybody have experience with this driver.focal and revelator tweeter is not difficult for get the linear frequency response but this driver need some correction maybe?please advice for how much slope need,cutting frequency and value for inductor,capacitor and resistor.Thank you.
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