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The digital signal from the computer is either 24/96 or upsampled to 96khz. The signal is then split and sent to two(One per channel) 24/96 digital crossovers/proccessors where they divide each channel six ways at 48db per octave. Each octave up to 320hz is seperated and sent to its own amplified woofer that is optimized to handle that one particular frequency band. Above 320hz, BG neo 10 and 3 planar ribbon transducers in a  half inch thick folded aluminum baffles take over. The crossover on those is set at 1.4khz.  High grade 1/2" wool felt is placed on the sides of the back of the dipole to minimize the "horn" loading of the folded back.

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