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Old 6th January 2007, 12:20 AM   #1
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Unhappy Zaph's Audax Mini Crossover Question - Baffle Step

Hello Everyone-

Got a question for you all. I have been reviewing Zaph's Audaz Mini project. http://www.zaphaudio.com/audio-speaker14.html

In his description, he states the design has full baffle step compensation and should not be on a shelf or in a bookcase (they need stands).

Reviewing the crossover, I do not see any baffle step compensation in the crossover, am I missing something?

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With 6.5" wide baffles, the raise should start @ 270 Hz, have an F3 of 730 Hz and be at full magnitude at 4,339 Hz. Crossover point is around 3300 Hz. The woofer section of the crossover has a 3rd order low-pass.

How is the baffle step accorded for?
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Old 6th January 2007, 07:05 AM   #2
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From what I know you won't see seperate baffle step components. Baffle step compensation is integrated in to the woofer crossover. Zaph doesn't have a filter transfer function graph for this particular project but if you look at some of his others such as the Seas L18/27TBFCG you wil see that the low pass filter transfer function shows an initial shallow slope to provide baffle step compensation before leveling off then starting the actual crossover slope.

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