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Old 2nd October 2012, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default Help with a PLLXO

I'm building a small portable sound system with a woofer and two full range speakers. I have several small class-d two channel amps that I would like to experiment with. My goals for this system are as follows:
  • Lightweight
  • Cheap components
  • Acceptable sound quality
  • Simple design
The idea of a passive line level crossover seems like a good option for this setup (small, simple, cheap, etc.)

monoXover 2-way pre-amp audio crossover

This would allow me to use one channel for the woofer and the other channel for the two full range speakers.

However I understand there are some drawbacks to using filtering at the line level such as insertion loss. Is this a horrible idea? Can anyone suggest something else to achieve my goals?

Any input on this setup would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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