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1099 Crossover Question

Is there an "official" 1099 crossover layout? I have noticed several different versions as I dig around the web. I don't want inductors interfering with each other if there happens to be some "optimal" layout I can go with. I even considered two or three separate boards, if that is the better way to go.
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It's worth it to go with mtg90 xovr pc board. all connections correct--you just plug in the components and solder. and if you want an easier way to go--have him build the boards for you

https://www.avsforum.com/forum/401-di...iysg-kits.html

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I don't want an easier way to go. Building the crossovers is one of my favorite parts of doing DIY speakers. I just want to be sure to go with the best (most current) accepted layout.
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I don't want an easier way to go. Building the crossovers is one of my favorite parts of doing DIY speakers. I just want to be sure to go with the best (most current) accepted layout.

Not sure if current on layout but is easy layout that works. https://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-di...l#post26291609 Print out, cut in half and follow wires. Done


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Not sure if current on layout but is easy layout that works. https://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-di...l#post26291609 Print out, cut in half and follow wires. Done
These are what I just used. And hey came out perfectly!
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