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    L220/222 crossover- whats that cap?

    Does someone have a N220 network pulled that can identify the cap on the shunt side of the 0.4mH inductor on the midrange? The Tech Sheet does not list an value for this capacitor.

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    DavidF

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    3.0 uF

    The corrected schematic is somewhere on this forum but I'll be damned if I can find it. I can't find much of anything on this forum. The Search "feature" sucks rancid egg yolks through an oversized straw. Probably do better searching the Internet using Google and come in that way.

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    does this help?

    I have this , hope it helps

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    That be the one.

    Thanks!

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    Yup, that be the one, alright.

    Thank you Gentlemen!

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