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[Double Post] Meier Crossfeed component

I've always hated the engineers and producers who started hard panning when stereo was new. Old Beatles records are un-listening-able with headphones. The solution was a crossfeed circuit that would delay, attenuate, and send one channel to the other. HeaDRoom amps were the first I heard that I thought well it's better than nothing. Then Jan Meier, a brilliant amp designer, wrote his own code for his crossfeed design and posted his component for everyone on Foobar to use for free. I haven't used my Micro Amp's circuit since. The problem with crossfeed is it jams center mixed vocals, guitar, whatever. With the meier you move a slide to just enough improve the song your listening too. With Headroom it's on or off. I'm conservative and rarely go above 15. It was most kind of him to do that. His website has some amazing amps and DAC's worth a look. Any one else have an opinion?

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