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    Bryston 10B LR vs STD for 4345

    Does anyone know what version would work better for a 4345 clone? The LR version has only a 24 DB crossover slope, and the STD version has 6, 12, and 18 DB slopes. On the LR version you can pick any frequency by changing resistors and the STD version has selectable frequencies.

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    Mentor GT states that the 4345 was set up with asymmetrical slopes. You might be able to approximate that with the STD 10B. Member BO went with the LR and worked with Bryston to get a card tailored for the job. You might try to raise him for details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speakerdave View Post
    Mentor GT states that the 4345 was set up with asymmetrical slopes. You might be able to approximate that with the STD 10B. Member BO went with the LR and worked with Bryston to get a card tailored for the job. You might try to raise him for details.
    I saw BO's post about the Bryston 10BLR from 2006. I ended up buying one today that has 308 Hz cards in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertg View Post
    I saw BO's post about the Bryston 10BLR from 2006. I ended up buying one today that has 308 Hz cards in it.
    Great!
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