When we run a system active in custom car audio we need to use a protective capacitor on the tweeters to protect them in the event that the active crossover fails. But does adding this passive crossover tweeter protection capacitor actually ruin the sound? Do these add latency or delay, and what is the impact on phase? Let's test and discuss!
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