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Old 24th December 2005, 02:31 PM   #1
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Default Possible for a simple bass/treble cut in preamp??

Happy Holidays all,

I'm probably re-inventing some square wheel here but here goes.

I am aware of the deficiencies of tone controls and sure they sound like crap usually. Often (usually) when I AM using a tone control I'm cutting and not boosting. What if a circuit as attached, the offel thing that it is, were implemented. Would it not allow for a mild bass/treble cut that would be easily defeatable? Also, wouldn't it be 'out of the signal path' ...or as much as it could be? Sometimes crazy things pop into my head..please excuse me. This is the best place I know to 'dissipate' those nutty ideas

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