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Old 3rd February 2010, 02:54 AM   #41
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can someone tell me that this worked please? if so, I can now post the rhimo coating pics on a stator. thanks everyone.
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Old 3rd February 2010, 04:48 AM   #42
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yes,awesom pictures!jer
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usaly the power rating for resistors in preamp circuits using opamps can any where from 1/16 to 1/2 watt types. 1/4 being the norm very seldom anything bigger is used.but somtimes 1/2 or 1 watt types are somtimes used in power supply's and such.i like using 1/4 watt types because they fit breadboards better than 1/2watt ones and are easier to read than 1/16 or1/8 watt types.in the filter itself use the lowest percentage tolerence you can afford or get your hands on such as 1% or2% or you can hand select each one with a ohmmeter. last night i happend to find a variable crossover circuit i believe i saved it .if i find it i'll post the site for you.jer
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that is what we are working on, thanks for letting me know the pics worked, now i can show detail about coating stators.
It is tax season for me working my, well you know off, I will post a few more pics of our store and maybe some funny things, thanks . Mav
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Old 3rd February 2010, 06:10 AM   #45
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Notch Filter this is not a cross over circuit. but it does show a variable frequency highpass and lowpass filter which could be used to build a crossover.i had been studying this myself a while back so i'll keep looking.jer
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i have been thinking of that design(beam splitter thing)myself.and i am wondering how it effects the sweat spot and dispersion and stereo image as you walk around the room.by the way charlie very nice,very beutiful.jer
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some help needed by Tara, she makes you show up at work on time. This wast just for giggles, but she does work here, NICE.
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the beam splitter is what got my attention, emediataly, you cannot have have phase shift 180 degrees and expext a good result. That is why i went and leaned, if you can slplit the the 180 degree to 1/2 then corner load the rear stator, the dispesrsion is in no words incredibale. so i tried to post some pics.
That is what i want, the best sounding thing i have ever heard. Fills the room but does not **** off your neighbors, awsome.
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i was thinking of making them with the back wedge adjustable in order to compensate for different room placements.jer
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