Get rid of the passive filter
2nd August 2016
Objective of this write up is not to provide a singular straight-forward best answer.
First it shows the use of known good rules/solution/setup (proven from textbooks), but to more importantly demonstrate which/when/how to use what investigative method to achieve a proper good setup. (It's more of a diary for myself)
Finally without the break and fail due to disobeying the fundamental laws of physics (in this case mostly acoustics) and not forgetting standard rules of practice in basic attention to electronics, etc.
Consider this a super quick demonstration, can't even label this a short cut nor qualify as a crash course, because if you know you know. Else a lot of text book foundations required to explain the things done and unfortunately is out of this scope.
16th October 2015
Measurements? record? looking at below, does it even qualify? Obviously not, just throw them away and considered they never even appeared at all. Just to add some spice to this writting, I'm a little angry that I had to waste a whole night's time to get rid of them. It's negative productivity. Next step is to find active filters and three amplifiers.
17th October bought terminals, connectors, legs, feet, etc. Also bought pop-up tweeter casing
19th October operation begins
A lot more will be coming, stay tuned.
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