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Old 17th June 2005, 12:01 AM   #1
Madmike2 is offline Madmike2  Canada
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Default Crossover passive components

Could some kind forum brother with a crossover program be nice and help me out with a crossover? Morel 166 to a Hi-Vi RT8II , a few suggestions say that they should be crossed near 2k but i always thought that you want to keep x-overs out of the 3 to 3 region. Ill take any suggestion though. 12 db would be good thanks. Ill check in the morning or tonight so i can put order in with Solen before i go to work.



Oh and which Attenuator should i buy ? of these 15 50 or 100 watt. Sorry i cant link direct pages on Solen.ca although you can go there to x-over parts --> L-pads and see them. The woofer is listed as 85 db and the Hi-Vi at 95 db so someone has to get chocked out.

Thanks again for help.

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Old 17th June 2005, 05:18 AM   #2
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No help here, but please keep us posted re what you think of the rt8 II.

Am looking at these for a future project.

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