## Some Cross Over Equations |

See First Order Crossovers and Second Order Crossovers for general usage information (these have schematics relating to the following equations).

C1 = 0.1590/RH f | L1 = RL/6.28f |

C1 = 0.0796/RH f | L1 = 0.3183RH/f | |

C2 = 0.0796/RH f | L2 = 0.3183RL/f |

C1 = 0.1061/RH f | L1 = 0.1194RH/f | |

C2 = 0.3183/RH f | L2 = 0.2387RL/f | |

C3 = 0.2122/RL f | L3 = 0.0796RL/f |

C1 = 0.0844/RH f | L1 = 0.1000RH/f | |

C2 = 0.1688/RH f | L2 = 0.4501RL/f | |

C3 = 0.2533/RL f | L3 = 0.3000RL/f | |

C4 = 0.0563/RL f | L4 = 0.1500RL/f |

For a highly detailed description of Passive Crossover networks, I highly
suggest **The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook by Vance Dickason** - ISBN:
1-882580-10-9. It is available at a number sites on the Internet as well as
in some bookstores. Its available from
Parts Express if you have trouble finding it elsewhere.

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