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    Re: Giskard:

    Ok, I ran some impedance curves on a trashed 2234H (complete with the usual aftermarket refoam job - note the excessive Fs). The red curve is just the driver. The green curve is the driver with the...
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    Re: Passive Line Level; Yep, a whole lot cleaner .

    Sounds cool Earl!

    Biased eh? :)
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    The resistors help flatten the impedance curve of...

    The resistors help flatten the impedance curve of the 2234H.
    They also, unfortunately, have an effect on overall sensitivity.
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    It looks like the Erse 18 mH coil available from...

    It looks like the Erse 18 mH coil available from Parts Express has a DCR value of ~ 0.5 ohms.
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    "After a closer look at the schematic I saw that...

    "After a closer look at the schematic I saw that the 18mH inductor is always in line with the low 2234. Even in biamp mode."

    Yes, the second LF driver always has the 18 mH inductor and resistors...
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    Re: Re: Re: 4435 choke values

    The 52-5130 card for the 5234/5235 and 4430/4435 has a 6 dB/octave active high pass. One can use a line level passive high pass instead. They are considerably "cleaner". Decide what amplifier you are...
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    Re: 4435 choke values

    Use your BB6P to model the effects of the low pass filters. There is a place for you to input DCR values along with all the other component values of the filters.

    Keep in mind that many of the...
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