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Inovonics 222

As you know, the 222 has been retired and replaced with the 223. My 222 is stock. I've been considering the "good band neighbor" theme as I want to be clean spectrally and not use more BW than prudent. There are bandwidth mods by the manufacturer to narrow up the audio response. I'm thinking no more than 5 KHz audio bandwidth.



Looking at the parts list I'm inclined to think its a great deal of work and "Is it really worth it?" Would I be better off chopping off the high end with a...



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