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Offline rajacat

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It's ok since they don't say "treble", they say "attenuator" instead.
"Audiophile approved".   :rofl:
So are you saying all attenuators are created equal or you can't hear the difference? :roll: :-P

Offline Bob in St. Louis

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Ouch. No, just that it's ok as long as it doesn't say "bass" or "treble". ;)
Not a professional speaker builder, just a guy who likes building things.
Thanks for the trumpet Rich!

Offline steve

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What if you want less treble? ;)

Hi Bob,

Depending upon how much highs one wishes to rid of, a little zobel across the speaker terminals might do the trick. It will take some time to figure out the proper R and C values.

Cheers
Steve
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