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Old 23rd June 2002, 01:04 AM   #11
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Yes you got the crossover correct, all speakers are wired in series (1/2 the nominal impedance with a 3dB gain). The woffers are direct wired with no filter so they run full range and the tweeter has only the 1 cap. This works very well in this design and very simple to construct and change if need be.

The cap I use is a Crescendo 10uf from North Creek Music. I will try there suggestion of bypassing caps in the future. Bypassing is using higher voltage, smaller unit caps to make up the correct value. In this case, I could use the 10uf and add a 800v 0.1uf or use a 6uf, 3uf and a 1uf. Check out their web site, interesting reading.

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