Where to buy in line crossovers? Ex. ACI

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  1. Steve Morgan

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    Would like to know any sites I could find them at?
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    How much better/quieter does the XM26 crossover sound versus the XM6 crossover?
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    Check out the F-Mod filters that Crutchfield sells.
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    John,
    I can't say about the XM26 or XM6 as I opted for an XM9-L and bought a selection of resistor packs for differernt crossover frequencies.
    The S/N ratio of the XM9-L is very good. I cannot tell it's in the main speaker signal path at all.
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  6. John Kotches

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    The Outlaw Audio ICBM is also a very viable option.
    I submitted my review to Secrets of this product over the weekend.
    Well worth considering even if you don't use all 6 channels, given the current bargain price of US$249.
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    The only issue I might have with the ICBM is they don't implement symmetrical Linkwitz-Riley -24dB slope 4th order filters for both high-pass and low-pass.
    I think they do THX filters which I hate because of the terrible phase offset on the 12dB high-pass filters.
    Just IMHO.
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