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Gurkha 13th February 2018 09:32 AM

Need Help Determining Frequency X-Over!!
 
Good morning or evening everyone!

Everything was going smooth until I started looking into cross-overs. Is it just me or is info hard to come by for this particular part of DIY speaker building? I feel like I know less now than when I started off, LOL!!!

I originally wanted to make a 3 way system. But after looking into it I said maybe a 2 way is the best way to start. How do I know at which frequency point to divide the signal? I got the formulas, I understand the electronics behind it.

Can anyone explain how to find/choose that x-over point, or recommend a good link or book that can describes how to figure it out ?

Please and thank you.

PeteMcK 13th February 2018 06:36 PM

Look at the Freq response graphs of your candidate drivers, so you know what they're capable of....
Decide your baffle step frequency (determines/ is determined by width of your box)

5th element 13th February 2018 06:49 PM

And the formulas won't help you much. They are a starting point, but usually are a very BAD starting point. These are for textbook filters that work into textbook loads with textbook frequency responses, none of which an actual loudspeaker has.

jimbro 13th February 2018 08:41 PM

Here's a short discussion that may interest you Crossovers

jimbro 13th February 2018 08:44 PM

Some more for you Zaph|Audio

jimbro 13th February 2018 08:48 PM

CURT'S SPEAKERBUILDING PAGES

jimbro 13th February 2018 08:50 PM

Introduction to designing crossovers without measurement

Gurkha 14th February 2018 09:47 AM

1st wow: Thanks for all the info everyone!! I really appreciate all the help. No one around me does anything like this so I can't have a discussion with anyone about it.

2nd wow: Looks like I got more studying to do!!!

jimbro 14th February 2018 03:58 PM

Forgot about this one Passive Crossover Network Design Ready to visit the full range forum?


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