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4-pi "clone", active - am I on the right track? [message #96841] Sat, 08 July 2023 16:46 Go to next message
mathiasb is currently offline  mathiasb
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Hello,

I built a set of four Pi "clones", similar build but a tad smaller and no horizontal offset for the tweeter. I am trying to understand / learn along this process so my current crossover is probably far from ideal. I am using a MiniDSP device.

Any idea how I should set the crossovers and time alignment? Many thanks in advance.


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Re: 4-pi "clone", active - am I on the right track? [message #96846 is a reply to message #96841] Sun, 09 July 2023 10:01 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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Registered: January 2001
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Those look cool!

Here are some things to consider, test and check:
You might also check some of the other links in the Pi Speakers FAQ.
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