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ali_moinuddin 24th November 2007 07:49 AM

Linkwitz correction network
 
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Does anyone know how to calculate the component values .

This is for bass correction network.

i dont know much about it , but i saw this piece of circuit (without component values) after a lowpass stage used for bass correction.

i wil appreciate if someone can help with the unknown component values

ali_moinuddin 24th November 2007 07:54 AM

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Bye the way i foudn something on web,
Is it same , i mean is it same thing bass correction network

can i use teh same component values for bass correction network after my lowpass filter for the Sub woofer amp.

Anyone who can HElp ?????

Thanks

ali

pinkmouse 24th November 2007 08:42 AM

There are LT calculators available on the internet, one on Rod Elliot's site for certain and I'm sure I've seen others. Google is your friend. ;)

BHTX 24th November 2007 10:55 AM

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Originally posted by pinkmouse
There are LT calculators available on the internet, one on Rod Elliot's site for certain and I'm sure I've seen others. Google is your friend. ;)
:nod: Agreed. I'll go ahead and give a link anyway, just for fun. I've found this one (same one you mentioned) to be useful..

http://sound.westhost.com/linkxfrm.zip

"An updated version of the excellent Linkwitz Transform spreadsheet from True Audio (www.trueaudio.com). This has had additions from Dean Canafranca (one of my readers) and I added the ability to use litres or cubic feet in the new section. This is reproduced with the kind permission of True Audio. The spreadsheet is in Microsoft Excel format, and is zipped to reduce the download time.

This spreadsheet is essential if you plan on building the Linkwitz transform circuit (Project 71), since it supplies the component values to achieve the desired response.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: The Linkwitz Transform spreadsheet is the intellectual property of True Audio, and permission to re-publish or otherwise distribute the program may be granted only by True Audio."

y8s 25th November 2007 12:51 PM

there are links to ALL of linkwitz' filters in a spreadsheet on (guess where!) linkwitz' filters page.

http://linkwitzlab.com/filters.htm

ali_moinuddin 25th November 2007 04:49 PM

Thanks
 
Thanks Guys for your useful posts

Regards

Ali


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