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    70's crossover design books?

    I have been following with interest over the last few months the various discussions regarding any information about crossover networks.

    trying to educate myself...

    what books out there would be on a recommended reading list, if one was interested in learning about 70s era active and passive crossover networks?

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    Depends what you mean by 70's era.

    Its evolved a lot from then.

    Some of the Sound engineering books I have seen (can't remember the titles) have descriptions of the JBL horn networks, tapped auto transformers, Hf bypass equalisation.

    You might try surfing Amazon.

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    thanks Ian, I hadn't thought of looking for older audio engineering textbooks...

    great suggestion IMO

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