These things any good ?

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I was wondering if these were going to destroy the sound if i used them in place of the L-pad i installed for the tweeters. I Got them for nothing so its not like its a big deal if i dont use them :D 15 watt
 

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Madmike2 said:
I was wondering if these were going to destroy the sound if i used them in place of the L-pad i installed for the tweeters. I Got them for nothing so its not like its a big deal if i dont use them :D 15 watt

They are inductive.
Not matched, and not easy to set at axactly the same settings on both channels in normal use.
A pair of resistors is much better, sorry...
 
the advantage to using the L-Pads is that you can set the tweeter level to whatever you want. If you were just going to keep it fixed, I'd suggest using traditional resistors. But, if you want to vary the tweeter level, I'd use the L-Pads. They are popular in pro-audio PA cabinets (need to increase trebble when the crowd shows up....bodies absorb trebble)
 
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