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Equalized, balanced tones, dual amplification

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Published on Sep 19, 2009

Tones are now balanced into my dual amplification system...audio comes from computer to the amplifier input.... then will go to two channel's potentiometers to control volume... they are 50k and signal goes into the extreme leads..the potentiometer center tape has a 10K resistance in series to the power amplifier input... into the bass amplifier we have a double T filter, i have to check but seems to be 100n and 2K2 resistances... to the midrange and treble channel i have a 39n capacitor in series with the power amplifier input..this is the passive filter to input...the bass amplifier output goes directly to the woofer, the mids and treble amplifier goes to three drivers... the midrange has 100uf in series withe the output... after this 100uf capacitor i have a lamp in series (resistance of 100 ohms) in series with the high mids driver..also a 22uf capacitor is there in series too...to the treble the signal is also captured after the 100uf main condenser, and througth a 3.3uf capacitor, sound goes the the high driver (tweeter).... the perfect ballance is made positioning the high bass (or low midrange driver) position related my own ears...now it is ballanced..soon i will publish at www.diyaudio.com the entire schematic, will be at Solid State forum and my name there is Destroyer x

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