How can a zobel add an order to the slope of a crossover?
I had an e-mail discussion with Bob Brines (thanks Bob for all af your help ;))
And he told me that the XO he uses in his peerless pipes
Isn't 1st order on the tweeter (1st+impedance correction)
but that the zobel is mistuned (compared to the tweeter's inductance), and by doing this, he added a 1st order electrical slope to the existing 1st order, resulting in a 2nd order XO
I've never seen this before, can someone explain me?
That's a series xover, so presumably the zobel on the bass unit has an effect on the tweeter..........
I've often wondered if, in a 2nd order low pass xover, the LP cap and the zobel components could somehow be combined.....
any guesses anyone????
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