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Old 19th December 2006, 12:10 PM   #11
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Default F2 driving two tweeters drivers in parallel

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I don't know. You'll have to actually try it to find out.

OK I'll try both ways
a) classical with both drivers in parallel and a cap as high pass for the second tweeter,
b) using - as a start - the 3A schematic. BUT small question : is it correct to remove the L1 since it acts as a low pass ?
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