The Design of Active Crossovers
The use of active crossovers is increasing. They are used by almost every sound reinforcement system, and by almost every recording studio monitoring set-up. There is also a big usage of active crossovers in car audio, with the emphasis on routing the bass to enormous low-frequency loudspeakers. Active crossovers are used to a small but rapidly growing extent in domestic hif, and I argue that their widespread introduction may be the next big step in this feld.
The Design of Active Crossovers has now been updated and extended for the Second Edition, taking in developments in loudspeaker technology and crossover design. Many more pre-designed filters are included so that crossover development can be faster and more certain, and the result will have a high performance. The Second Edition continues the tradition of the frst in avoiding complicated algebra and complex numbers, with the mathematics reduced to the bare minimum; there is nothing more complicated to grapple with than a square root.
Title: The Design of Active Crossovers
Author: Douglas Self
Year of publication: 2011 | 2018
Publisher: Focal Press / New York: Routledge
ISBN: 978-0-240-81738-5 | 978-1-138-73302-2
Pages: 580 | 672
File size: 21.9 Mb
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