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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Key to their sophisticated sound is an advanced topology crossover network with polypropylene and low-DF electrolytic capacitors, custom wound inductors, and thermal and current protection.
Here we save money with DSP by throwing out the whole crossover network.
2-1/2-way crossover network improves transition between midrange and high-frequency drivers for more natural sound
Capacitors and inductors in a crossover network face different conditions from those seen in low-level signal stages.
The use of a two-way crossover network and flat-panel driver technology allows the HKTS 60 to deliver distortion-free output and enhanced imaging characteristics to music and movie fans who truly appreciate a world-class sound experience with easy setup.
The signal is steered to each driver by the crossover network.
One of the most commonly compromised items is the speaker's internal crossover network.
The tone is sent to the crossover network and it routes the abrupt beginning to the satellites --and sends the steady-state, lower frequencies to the subwoofer.
The DEX-P99RS features a high-performance 32-Bit digital signal processor (DSP) that provides the signal processing power for dual (left and right) 31-band equalization, digital time alignment for all pre-amp outputs and a 4-way digital crossover network.
To further enhance performance and ease of installation, each TS-D speaker comes with a passive crossover network.
The AR-302 is filled with damping material to the point that it was hard to get the crossover network back in the box.