These are great photos ... I think that forum members really appreciate the time you are taking to document your build with photos. It gives everyone an inside view of putting the SP12 together.
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I asked roy about a crossover in one of the preamps roy said. (Do you have the circuit for the crossover?
no problem adding the circuit if you've got it - otherwise it's something I can't do,
it would take dozens of hours to design something like that, it would have to be an active electronic circuits most likely using ICs and lots of filters).I don't but maybe one of you know a easier way. This is what i was looking for it would be great for small satellite speakers with a powered sub or for biamping your mains(with a stereo sub out).Maybe if there is enough request for something like this it would make it cost effective to have as a option.
That was a real challenge. The S-Video cable that I used was very unhappy about the necessary heat to attach to the thick RCA jack. The insulator material melted a bit. I also had to expose quite a bit of the ground half of the wire because of the orientation of the ground tab on the jack.