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Old 20th October 2012, 07:16 AM   #1
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Default crossover

Sorry if this is in another thread. I looked and did not find one.

So I designed a new box that separates the tweeter from the woofer and noticed there was a good amount of space to place my crossover in the rear. The space is 7"x7" and will be sealed. My question is will the crossover get to hot or will it be fine?
If it will get to hot I can make vent holes going into the main cabinet, but would prefer to avoid this as I am attempting to give the woofer its own air tight area.
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