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Old 3rd August 2005, 03:29 PM   #1
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Default Inductor values in crossover?

I am in the final stages of building John Krutke's XG18/27TDFC MTM and have come down to the crossover.

I just ordered (all i could find) 1.2mH alpha-core inductors for the woofer circuit. Does anyone know how much .05mH difference will affect the sound? Is there any way to compensate?

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Old 3rd August 2005, 03:50 PM   #2
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0.05 mH difference should be fine. The actual tolerance of the coil itself might not be within 0.05mH.

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