The Design of Active Crossovers . Douglas Self
ISBN: 0240817389,9780240817385 | 605 pages | 16 Mb
The Design of Active Crossovers Douglas Self
Publisher: Focal Press
I'd like to design in the ability to compare active/passive crossover on the same speaker.For context, I am designing a 2way that needs to get down to ~80-100Hz. A passive crossover has the same job and it is designed to work just like a active crossover.The only big difference is they make your car audio system less efficient this is because it filters out audio signals that have already been amplified. Some simple SPICE equivalent assessments can be conducted. Continuous enhancements with consideration of user feedback. Then you need to design active electronic custom crossovers, or use achieve the same use units such as Mini DSP. Both of those things would incorporate a few (or lots of) buffer stages. Also, B&W Nautilus speakers use an active crossover design that allows each driver to operate on its own frequency unlike the more-than-common passive crossover designs. Then you need an amp for every frequency band the speaker requires. I have also wanted to design an active crossover, both as a kit and for my own projects. Active crossover design and auditioning, also with capabilities to program a DCX2496. As a B-segment global crossover, Peugeot Urban Crossover variant is mainly targeted to the customers who have high mobility to fill their active lifestyle. The circuit was designed for the purpose of creating an active crossover circuit for 2-way output while having a response that is linear in phase.