crossover network

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crossover network

[′krȯs‚ō·vər ‚net‚wərk]
(engineering acoustics)
A selective network used to divide the audio-frequency output of an amplifier into two or more bands of frequencies. Also known as dividing network; loudspeaker dividing network.
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Other crazy designers try to isolate the crossover networks from mechanical vibrations.
The signal is steered to each driver by the crossover network.
Besides, the speakers' crossover networks would have been for the most part bypassed.
The crossover network that is used, or not used, in these usually bi-amplified speakers is also inherently flawed.
Multiple-speaker systems with their crossover networks and enclosures are expected to become irrelevant.
Operating at 33 MHz, the ZR38500 has sufficient excess processing bandwidth to perform channel echo delays and crossover networks, conventional THX audio processing, and other special audio functions desired by high-fidelity enthusiasts.