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Old 19th December 2001, 05:23 PM   #1
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Default Want Snell EC-2 Xover or info on same

I've got a pair of Snell Type A Series II speakers that I'd like to bi-amp. According to Snell, the original crossover used for them was the EC-2. I'd like to either buy one or borrow one (for money if necessary) so that I can run the curves on it to build one of my own.

There's also a rumor that the Snell EC-200 crossover, a more recent product, has some sort of plug-in module that gives it the curves to work with the A2. Kevin Voecks, who designed the crossover, told me that it's true, but the current Snell engineers have never heard of it. Can anyone confirm or deny this, or give me any information on the schematic for this plug-in? I can probably find an EC-200 somewhere.

Thanks,
Vernon Miller
Concord, NH
 

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