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DIY Audio Crossover (3200hz - 6db/Octave)
posted May 17 2010 18:09.13





truebassB demonstrates his DIY audio crossover, simply made with a 8.2uf Capacitor for the Tweeter and a 0.39mH Inductor for the Low Cut so the Crossover point will be about at 3200hz. The result is good even on YouTube sound, nice simple and it works. More pics can be found here.

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