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Old 30th June 2005, 10:13 PM   #1
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Default For you EE types, help please?

I am currently attempting to update the Speaker Workshop Manual. In doing so, a kind soul from Germany has authored a method through which one can use it for active crossovers. He has put together a small tutorial using another piece of freeware from the Linear Team (a CAD program). There were a couple of things he was not certain of (technical, not procedural) that he was hoping an EE could look at. Anyone willing to take a stab? I can email you the document (it is a word document 12 pages long with lots of diagrams and pics).

Thanks in advance,

Jay
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