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Old 9th July 2006, 09:24 AM   #1
ccopp is offline ccopp  Italy
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Default clone AN/K

Hello,
I'm getting involved into acoustic suspension speakers, and
I'm trying to clone the original Snell type K speakers... I've found original drivers from Vifa but have no idea about the crossovers.
Snell provided me schematics for type K-II, they could not help for older models.
(crossovers should be pretty similar with audionote an/K)
Is there someone who could provide me schemaitcs and values?
Either Snell's or Audionotes?

TIA
Sergio
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