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Old 26th June 2006, 08:43 PM   #1
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Default ZV9 output cap as low pass fiter?

Intrigued by the idea of a transconductance amplifier ...

Wondering if within a bi-amplified horn system (TAD 4001 and JBL 12" woofer within EDGARHORNS) could one manipulate the output cap for a low pass filter? In my case 100 Hz and 500 Hz.

If this is possible and not detrimental would someone give me an idea of where to start by suggesting a value for (-3dB at) 100 Hz roll-off?

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C=1/(2 x Pi x F x Z)

where F is desired frequency and Z is your driver's impedance
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