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  • #31
    I started construction again today
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    • #32
      This is my frequency divider PCB

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      • #33

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        I haven't found a capacitor of the appropriate specification for the mid-range C2, so I chose two capacitors in parallel. Of course, one capacitor of the appropriate specification can be directly welded in the PCB. I only reserved 2 capacitor welding positions.
        It is very interesting that I designed the mezzo PCB into the shape of "USS Enterprise (NCC-1701-J)"!


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        For the C5 capacitor of the bass part, I also used two capacitors as parallel connection, and he also reserved the position for welding a single capacitor.

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        • #34
          Three parts of Crossover

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          Find a suitable position in the box,

          Start fixing the base of the frequency divider

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          • #35
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            The installation position of the frequency divider is behind the woofer. There is enough space. It is very convenient for later disassembly, upgrading and maintenance.

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            The speaker terminal will also be installed next to the bass divider.


            Starting from the frequency divider, I need about 40cm bass speaker line, 50cm mid-range speaker line and 60cm tweeter line

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            • #36
              Some great ideas on crossover board layout. Very satisfying to watch.
              Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

              Paul Carmody's DIY Audio Projects
              Twitter: @undefinition1

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