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Enter high and low pass speaker impedances.
Enter desired crossover frequency.
On the second-order 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).
First Order Crossover (6db/octave).
Second Order Crossover (12db/octave).
Third Order Crossover (18db/octave).
Fourth Order Crossover (24db/octave).
Zobel Circuit (Impedance Stabilization).
L-pad Circuit (Speaker Attenuation).