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Old 10th December 2012, 01:30 AM   #11
Davey is offline Davey  United States
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Your 2nd-order TP design came after the Small paper in 1971, did it not?

I suppose a 3rd-order Butterworth crossover would also be considered a subset of the constant-voltage crossover since it also does not exhibit constant GD but sums with a flat amplitude response?

Regardless, there are already MANY threads here on DIYaudio with explanations/definitions on this topic. I'm sorry I didn't define my earlier posting (#5) with the precision required to not catch your eye.



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