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Old 2nd January 2007, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Build your own Virtual Crossover

For the sole purpose of fun, I reverse engineered the Virtual Crossover Box.
If the schematic doesnít include too many faults, you could use this to build your own.
(Original picture can always be altered.)
Add, remove components or modify the tool any way you like.
As stated by vidsonix, the cost of building your own will probably be many times higher than buying the unit but arenít we DIY-ers?
I did not build it, nor do I have a BOM. Eventually I might assemble something.
I have no commercial interest in this so don't ask me to build one for you or conduct a group buy

Comments welcome, have fun.

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