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Old 21st April 2005, 03:26 PM   #1
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Default Anyone design a system with the Dynavox 28mm tweet and 6.5" woofer?

The reason I ask is i've searched high and low for a crossover design for them in a .55 cb ft enclosure, and have not found anything. I've been sitting on these speakers for about 6 years now, and played around with a couple basic crossovers in the past to ok results but I'd like better. I want to finally build these things, but am tired of wasting my time, and would rather just go with a known good working crossover. (Call me lazy, but i still dont know enough about x-over design yet)
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