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Subject: using capacitors to stop loudspeaker distortion

Date: 06/08/00 at 5:21 PM
Posted by: Andrew
E-mail: andrew.j.cowie@btinternet.com
Message Posted:

Does anyone know what mathematical formulae, or know from experience, how i can make a high-pass filter for my car stereo.
let me explain....
i have 2 tweeters in the front, a set of 100w 6x9's in the back parcel shelf, and a 12 inch amplified sub-woofer in the trunk. Because the sub is alot more powerful, when i turn up the volume, the 6x9's distort, as too much bass is going to them. i therfore want to make a high pass filter with a cut of, off maybe 100 to 500 Hz.

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