crossover frequency


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crossover frequency

[′krȯs‚ō·vər ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(engineering acoustics)
The frequency at which a dividing network delivers equal power to the upper and lower frequency channels when both are terminated in specified loads.
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The crossover frequency is the frequency at which vibration isolation begins.
As mentioned earlier, the longest relaxation time of the polymer matrix can be determined from the crossover frequency of the G' and G'' versus [omega] data.
As to be expected for the steeper 4th-order crossover, there is a smaller range of interference normalized to the crossover frequency at 3 kHz.
From the experiments the complex moduli, zero-shear viscosity, flow activation energy, relaxation spectra, and crossover frequency were determined as functions of [M.
These crossovers DO NOT sum in phase at the crossover frequency.
The surround satellites must operate down to the receiver-determined sub/sat crossover frequency.
During those test sequences, with the low-pass filters of both subs set at 60 Hz (augmenting the Onkyo's basic crossover frequency of 80 Hz), the RBH could hold its own against the Hsu down to 30 Hz.
The two-way crossover frequency is at 2100 Hz, with a 6 dB/octave woofer slope and a 12 dB/octave tweeter slope.
The Point One features front-panel controls for volume, crossover frequency, L/R blend, and phase.
The Mach 1 never affected the timbre of voices unless the crossover frequency was set too high.
Hence, a mono subwoofer, positioned in a corner and making use of a proper crossover frequency, eliminates inter-woofer cancellation artifacts.
As a result of disentanglement of UHMWPE network, the G'/G" crossover frequency increased, and the plateau modulus decreased.