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    Asymmetrical slopes?

    Check out this thread for an interesting crossover on eBay: http://audioheritage.org/vbulletin/s...ad.php?t=20492

    Has anyone ever worked with asymmetrical slopes on an active crossover? This should allow you to closely duplicate some of the passive crossovers JBL has designed.

    Thoughts?

    John

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    being able to swap the slopes was very enlightening to me...

    i never realized how much of a difference in 'coherency' adjusting the slope would have....


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