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Old 4th January 2004, 04:57 AM   #1
rh1530 is offline rh1530  United States
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Default For Sale: Crossover for Dual Voice coil subwoofer

I have a home built crossover that I no longer need since I am now using an active network. Here are the details:

Dual voice coil subwoofer network with 12 db/octave cut-off frequency of 170 hz. Power Rating is 200 Watts per channel.

Coils are 15mh ferrite bobbins, 18 AWG wire((0,85mm)
Capacitors are 60uf bundle with 100VDC rating.

As you will see from the attached photo, the coils are mounted at right angles to one another to minimize coupling interaction.
I used peg-board to mount the components and there are threaded aluminum stand-offs attached.

Asking $ 10 - buyer pays shipping. US only.
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