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WrineX 13th February 2011 07:28 PM

Increasing output when frequency rises
 
Hi there had the folowing question. how to overcome the output increase when frequency goes up. what is the simple solution?

caus i've read serveal people only use a cap in there crossover, but there is also this rise in output the higher the frequency ? or am i complete going nuts on this one

i thought there whas this network to compensate for this but im not sure anymore.

bolserst 14th February 2011 03:12 AM

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Originally Posted by WrineX (http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/planars-and-exotics/183102-increasing-output-frequency-rises-post2467524.html#post2467524)
Hi there had the folowing question. how to overcome the output increase when frequency goes up. what is the simple solution?

caus i've read serveal people only use a cap in there crossover, but there is also this rise in output the higher the frequency ? or am i complete going nuts on this one

i thought there whas this network to compensate for this but im not sure anymore.

Could you tell us a little bit more about the type of transducer you are asking about?
Is it a ribbon or ESL? Is it a point source or a line source?

MJ Dijkstra 14th February 2011 09:20 AM

- electrical segmentation (e.g. like audiostatic)
- adding R, primairy or secundairy from the trannie

Can't say which is the best. You'll need the response curve of the trannie anyway


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