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Instructions
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 Enter high and low pass speaker impedances.
 Enter desired crossover frequency.
 On the secondorder crossover calculator you must select type of crossover.
 Click on the "calculate" button to get the answers.
 Impedance is the nominal resistance of the speaker (typically 4 Ohms).
 Enter frequency in Hertz (not kHz).
 Capacitor value(s) are given in millionths of a Farad (µF).
 Inductor value(s) are given in thousands of a Henry (mH).
 For the Zobel circuit, enter inductance in Henries (not mH).
Calculators *
First Order (6db/octave) TwoWay
Crossover

Second Order (12db/octave) TwoWay
Crossover

Third Order (18db/octave) TwoWay Crossover

Fourth order (24dB/octave) TwoWay Crossover

Zobel Circuit (Impedance Stabilization)

Lpad (Speaker Attenuation)

* Original calculator design by Speakermania (link will open in new window).
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