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Old 5th July 2006, 07:18 AM   #11
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Hi,

Won't you get phase shifts anyway? I am not an electrical engineer, but putting resistors for a capacitor is a low-pass RC-crossover and any crossover will introduce phase shifts, right?
Since the ESL is a fairly ideal (air-) capacitor, the audible effects of the 'cross-over' may be less than normal crossovers with off the shelf capacitors (dynamic speakers), but it still is a crossover.
Most of the segmentation is done at several kHz, very close or within the most sensitive range of the audible spectrum. Hmmmm.

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