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Beowulf57
11-29-2008, 09:12 AM
I'm planning to remove the variable L-pads from my crossovers and substitute fixed non-inductive resistors. Does anyone have a comparison between the PartsExpress "Dayton DNR" type and the Mills?

Any point in using the more expensive Mills type?

4313B
11-29-2008, 09:18 AM
Any point in using the more expensive Mills type?So you can say that you did to impress people impressed by such things. They may want pictures as proof so be prepared.

Does anyone have a comparison between the PartsExpress "Dayton DNR" type and the Mills?I've used a bunch of different kinds of resistors including the Mills and Dayton DNR and the Daytons are fine.

Beowulf57
11-29-2008, 09:37 AM
So you can say that you did to impress people impressed by such things. They may want pictures as proof so be prepared.
I've used a bunch of different kinds of resistors including the Mills and Dayton DNR and the Daytons are fine.

Thanks...

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