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doors666 23rd October 2012 06:14 AM

highpassing alpairs
 
could someone please post a circuit to highpass alpairs 7.2 to prevent over excursion and use the full 20w rms power. I will be using a sub with the setup. Probably 60hz or 80hz will be a good point. It probably will have to be second order as first will have too high values for the caps.

fastbike1 24th October 2012 01:36 PM

Doesn't your sub or receiver have a crossover? How about something like a Behringer CX2310. In the US at least I bought one for about the same money as the parts to build a 2nd order PLLXO for a highish frequency.

Many subwoofer plate amps have a second order highpass at ~125Hx from the high level speaker outs.


Quote:

Originally Posted by doors666 (Post 3211982)
could someone please post a circuit to highpass alpairs 7.2 to prevent over excursion and use the full 20w rms power. I will be using a sub with the setup. Probably 60hz or 80hz will be a good point. It probably will have to be second order as first will have too high values for the caps.


doors666 24th October 2012 02:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fastbike1 (Post 3213620)
Doesn't your sub or receiver have a crossover? How about something like a Behringer CX2310. In the US at least I bought one for about the same money as the parts to build a 2nd order PLLXO for a highish frequency.

Many subwoofer plate amps have a second order highpass at ~125Hx from the high level speaker outs.

This is my desktop setup, using a topping amp. no space to keep the 2310, anyway the xo parts would be cheaper. the soundcard is 2 channel, no sub out.
my sub amp doesnt, its the jack hidley's foster plat amp.


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