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post #1 of 5 Old 07-10-2012, 08:44 PM - Thread Starter
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I recently started building a pair of statments. I just finished assembling my crossovers, just looking for some more experienced members to critique them before I do a dry run (will be receiving the rest of my drivers tommorow)

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How are you attaching the components for the big components (like in the woofer circuit) to the board? I don't think hot melt glue will be string enough to hold them in place if you are mounting your crossovers to the sides of the cabinet.

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LOL, first time I've seen DIN rail terminal blocks used in a crossover.
I'd use some cable ties to support the large caps and at least the ERSE inductor.
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Yeah I ordered all my parts via parts express and forgot to order terminal blocks. Im up in canada, I got hit pretty hard on shipping. Wasnt able to get any locally at a decent price, being an electrician by trade I was able to score these for free. Ill be re supporting the larger components by threading tye wraps through small holes beside the components. I connected them tonight and did some light listening, and I got to say I was really impressed considering they wernt in a cabinet.

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Completed Statements, still determining how to finish them. Have been listening to them all day and am quite happy with them.
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