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    Question Passive crossover JBL

    Hi,

    I have two passive crossover JBL , model ??? no foilcal , no name plate.
    I opened box, her and there are two inductors ........number 13219 and a pair of 1.5uF mylar caps.
    It's designed for 2405?????
    What is cut frenquency.....8000hz or 7000hz , with inductor 13219.



    tanks

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    Can you post a picture? Sometimes that will help. Are there any L-pads attached...?
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    the L-pad is missing and rear plate .
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    My best guess is that it is a 3105 (N7000 equivalent) as there are no 20 ohm resistors in the circuit.

    That would be a 12dB per octave slope at 7KHz.


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    Last edited by Mr. Widget; 10-06-2004 at 08:47 PM.

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