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Old 21st April 2005, 06:19 AM   #1
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Hello.
Im trying to pair some speaker components with various luck and alot of testing. Its a two way and a special one using a compression driver and a coax woofer. Both drivers have dips and peaks but are of good quality.There is also a rather big difference in sensitivity.I however think the project have some potential.
Now I start to think that it would be worth it to get some computurized help from madisound using their copy of LEAP.
Have any of you done this and what have been the results?
Does the LEAP program do things like corrective circuits and zobdels as well as figuring slopes and frequencys?
The linearx website is to graphic for my conection and I would rather hear from you anyway....
Im looking for the boring old flat as a pancake sound and Im wondering if LEAP would be up for it.
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