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Discussion in 'Classified Section' started by Matt Grant, Nov 4, 2017.
Curious if you have any pcb's for the old HTM6?
The HTM-6 was able to use the same PCB as the Volt-6 v2 or the PCB from the older volt-18/10 if you have the normal sized Erse/Dayton I-core inductor. I'll check if I still have some.
Not sure on the "Erse/Dayton I-core inductor" . My HTM 6's were bought in May of 2018. I was just interested in possibly replacing the ugly hack job Of my diy board.
Sorry about not replying sooner but I forgot to check back.
Are you sure those are HTM-6's? That's certainly not the crossover design for an HTM-6:
That crossover appears to be from a Fusion-8 Center, I should have a few of those PCBs around:
Hmm based on the enclosure it is sitting on I believe that is my Fusion 8 center crossover! Since that was the only pic I found I just Assumed it was the one I was looking for!
Looks like I need to open up one of my HTM6's now to verify.
Wow what a difference 4 years makes in short/long term memory!
So what I actually need is the PCB for the Fusion 8 center.
I finally remembered to go looking for these today. How many do you need, just one of the Fusion-8 Center PCBs?
Yes just one of them.
Got the Fusion 8 PCB in the mail in tiptop shape!
Thanks for an easy transaction.
Hey Matt! Would you happen to have 2 HTM-12v2 PCB boards? I am in need of two. My buddy purchased two HTM-12's awhile back and ran them active. I bought them from him and would like to go back to the passive x-over.