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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Generating crossover distortion?
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Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 15:51:03 +1000
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"Philip A. Marshall" wrote in message
> I'm looking for a way to add crossover distortion to a line level
> audio signal. I tried some internet searches, but all the sites I
> could find had to do with reducing it :) I do know that to do this
> with solid state I need to design a "Complementary Symmetry Circuit",
> but I have no clue what this means beyond the fact that it involves
> two amplifiers that amplify alternating parts of the waveform.
** Tell us what your purpose is - the best design depends on the
.. . . .. .. . ............ Phil
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