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Hi,

I've heard, and read alot about people testing drivers, and crossover's themselves to get frequency response graphs, impedance, etc. I was just wondering how one should go about setting this up? I've done some searches on google but keep coming up with manufacturer's sites.... :confused: It would be nice to be able to see how the x-over is working as opposed to trying to listen for what might be wrong or right which, at least for me, is difficult.

I have alot of recording equipment kicking around, some mike's, and an old P.C. I'd prefer to be able to do it on my mac, as the PC is pretty ancient but either will work.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Tristan
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LinearX is the manufacturer, LMS is their measurement product. I think it's around 1600, but don't quote me on that. They have pretty good info about it on the website.

www.linearx.com

Dan
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