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Old 2nd January 2007, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default daisy chaining an electronic crossover

what happens if I feed the output of an electronic subwoofer crossover to the input of a similar electronic subwoofer crossover.

the crossover is an 18DB per octave, will I get an 36 DB per octave crossover ?... is this a good or bad idea ?

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Old 3rd January 2007, 12:09 PM   #2
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Yea that's exactly what will happen, I do that quite often in car audio.
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would i get problems integrating this "new 36DB crossover" with the satellites ? or this could only be determined after constructing the second filter ?
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would i get problems integrating this "new 36DB crossover" with the satellites ? or this could only be determined after constructing the second filter ?
Not really, it's a pretty steep slope but other factors (the room, the sattellites response, the sub driver its's self) will have a larger influence on intergration than the x-over slope, in my opinion.
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no-one has mentioned time delay.

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