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Need help building a crossover

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Ryan Richards \(Diesel Breath\), Jun 21, 2004.

  1. I need to make a crossover.. nothing fancy or anything... I remember in
    college we went over how to make a crossover and I think it had something to
    do with a resistor and a capacitor... Anyway, here's what I'm trying to
    accomplish...

    I have a bass rig and the cab only goes up to 5kHz... I have a component
    system; meaning I have a preamp and a separate power amp... I want to insert
    the crossover between the pre and the power so the power amp isn't wasting
    its time with frequencies that the cab doesn't even support... I need it to
    crossover at 5kHz and slope at 18dB/oct... Any help is good help... thanks
    again
     
  2. Rich Grise

    Rich Grise Guest

    You don't want a crossover, you want a tone control. Try a low-pass filter -
    the simplest is a resistor and capacitor, and you can add a transistor or
    opamp, and it gets more fun from there!

    just google for tone control or low-pass filter.

    Cheers!
    Rich
     
  3. justin

    justin Guest

    Your bass doesn't go much above that anyway (and that's why the cab
    doesn't support it)
    A filter will just muddy your sound, think of it as rolling your tone
    knob down. You won't be gaining anything, really.

    j.
     
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