Question on crossover simulation

Florian

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Jun 26, 2016
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Hello Members,

i am trying to find a software which can simulate the crossover schematic.
I did check the values on the schematics in various calculators and they seem to check out.

From what i understand, they are two 1st order high pass filters in series + two 1st order low pass filters in series to create a real slope.

Q: Is this a bandpass filter or how do you call that?
Q: Are the crossover points at 0db or -6? (For example: 0db @ 48Hz ; -6db @96Hz)

Thanks for any help

Florian

Aktiv_Crossover.jpg
 

YashN

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Jun 29, 2015
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Hi Florian,

Have you checked out LTSpice?

 

YashN

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Looks like all of them all in band-pass configuration to me.

You could trying simplifying the Tweeter band-pass with just one low-pass and one high-pass and see if it works, then add the others.

Keep at it, you should reach your goals.
 

YashN

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Well done!
 

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