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Bi-pole 2-way idea... help!!!
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Old 21st June 2002, 05:17 AM   #11
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Bi-pole 2-way idea... help!!!
Actually Electro there is such a thing as 2.5 way it involves using a single tweeter and 2 identical woofers. The tweeter and one of the woofers are run as per a normal 2 way and the 2nd woofer is crossed in at the baffle step.
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