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Improving high-end active speaker performance using digital active crossover filters

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re: Improving high-end active speaker performance using digital active crossover filters
Toad.   6/7/2013 2:03:42 AM
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Bravo! Very well put. Let's face it there's an over abundance of "Hooray for our side" in the Tech journals these days.

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WKetel   5/31/2013 2:04:57 AM
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While wireless speakers would certainly be a lot more convenient than putting in adequate wires for connecting wired speakers, I have always regarded wireless speakers as a poor substitute for cdorrect wiring. Of course, those who sell them will certainly challenge me on that, what else could they possibly do? And those who seek to validate their choice, likewise.

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