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Crossover Design Basics
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Old 6th July 2001, 01:01 AM   #11
GRollins is offline GRollins  United States
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The circuit topology is the same for Linkwitz-Riley as it is for Butterworth, but the component values vary somewhat. For that matter, Bessel is built on the same skeleton, but again with different parts values.
So if someone hands you a schematic of a crossover without parts values on it--until they give you the resistances & capacitances, you don't know which one you're looking at.
The 'brick wall' filters are different, though.

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