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Old 15th October 2012, 10:44 PM   #1
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For sale is an electronic crossovers that can be used in a two ways to cross at 100hz, 200hz, 400hz, 800hz, 1600hz, 3200hz, 6400hz.

It works well the last time i used it with my two ways setup with JBL 2235 and Horns/Drivers crossing at 800hz. Been sitting in closet collecting dust as am no longer using this set up. Selling it for $150 + shipping.
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