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Inexpensive but Quality Electronic Crossover

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by Cooch, Dec 27, 2004.

  1. Cooch

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    can anyone recommend an inexpensive but quality electronic crossover. i want to try one with my pb10-isd. thanks.
     
  2. bob1

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    Are you not using an av amp?
    You could try one of these ,i don't know how much or where you might get one.I don't think you will get "inexpensive but quality " but i could be wrong.
     
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    Ok i have found this but it looks like you will need to do a bit of diy with it.
     
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    Using Receiver Most Of The Time, But Preamp Sometimes Too
     
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    Might want to consider the Outlaw ICB-1; offers bass management for SAC-CD and DVD-Audio formats' playback needs in addition to variable x-crossover points and slope rates. Is a low cost, high quality, sonically transparent solution. Is sold directly by Outlaw (check their website)...

    -THTS
     

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