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  • Needing help with crossover design and build

    I am not a regular on this forum. I'm posting here based on a recommendation from a very reputable gentleman in the audio industry. I just purchased a two way horn loaded top end speaker system and I need to have a crossover for this setup. I have options here, going active on the front end because I have the amps to do this or I could go with a passive design. I'm located near Chattanooga TN if your curious. I just want to do this right and be able to enjoy music again. Also I'm willing to pay for this help. Please feel free to message me and we can talk about the project.

  • #2
    If you ask about using a premade crossover, you'll get a response. Works every time.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by djg View Post
      If you ask about using a premade crossover, you'll get a response. Works every time.
      djg is poking the hornets nest.

      IMO, needing the extra amplifier channels to go active is the major drawback, but you already got that covered. Depending on how much you plan on spending and how far down the rabbit hole you intend to travel, I think minidsp's offerings are very easy to use and quieter than some of the other offerings as an efficient horn might pick up on a noisy dsp/crossover unit. There is some very good and free measurement software floating around out there (REW and I think ARTA is free) to help you roll your own crossover.

      Curious as to what happened to the old crossover?
      http://techtalk.parts-express.com/fo...khanspires-but
      http://techtalk.parts-express.com/fo...pico-neo-build
      http://techtalk.parts-express.com/fo...ensation-build

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      • #4
        Even I can use the Minidsp, and I'm a Luddite.

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