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Old 29th March 2006, 12:12 AM   #1
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Default WTB: John Pomann's Active Crossover Kit

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I am embarking on another new project - as if I need ANOTHER project :^\ It would be really helpful if I could buy John Pomann's Active Crossover Kit - unfortunately it appears that he is not selling it anymore. If anyone has a gently used kit that is not being used, I am interested in buying it.

Edward

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http://www.snippets.org/filters/crossover.htm
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Old 29th March 2006, 04:07 AM   #2
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Here's an effort right here doing the same (actually better I would think) It seems more complicated but is the same basic idea, just more options if you want them andthere are lots of people here to help you.



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Old 29th March 2006, 08:07 PM   #3
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On this new project, I am not building a standard crossover - so development of the circuit topology is required. So, I am looking for a 'one-stop' source for active circuit development. The Pomann kit came with a PS, breadboard, Opamps and lots of parts. For me to scrounge up an equivalent collection will require multiple vendors and dealing with minimum orders for a lot of the passive components :^\ So, I am definitely interested in a Pomann kit - or equivalent from someone else.

I have already joined the active circuit board group buy, that you suggested. I think that this board will have enough flexibility to implement the FINAL design of the circuit, I just need a good set-up for developing the design - hence the Pomann kit

Edward
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you can get everything you need from www.mouser.com and htey have no minimum order. Resistors have a 10 piece minimum, but you'll want closr to that many if you are doing a 4th order filter. Use the values in the Acitve Filter Two manual at www.delta-audio.com for an easy starting point.
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