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Old 11th February 2007, 04:10 AM   #1
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Default Crossover dillemma,..

I was hoping that someone here would be able to help me with this problem. You see, i have built a horn sub similar to the Horn Sub JR, on the cowanaudio website.. The issue is that i forgot to install a high pass filter into it when the driver was still easilly accessable. I have used MDF to make the horn, and am very reluctant to unscrew anything.
I am comfortable with having only a 6db octave slope starting at 40-50hz as the modification is intended for spl while playing music. Is it possible to mount a crossover cap on the signal in side of the plate amp, or is the input impedance going to cause an issue?
What is the impedance present at say, the line in on the plate amp?

Thanks in advance

Peter-
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