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eliptical/cauer crossovers? 11 years 11 months ago #2496

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Hey Devteam,

Any way you guys can develop eliptical slope crossovers for the advanced plug ins? I think this would add quite a bit of functionality to the miniDSP.

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John

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Re: eliptical/cauer crossovers? 11 years 11 months ago #2497

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Hmm, can you show it, interesting what u mean.

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Re: eliptical/cauer crossovers? 11 years 11 months ago #2498

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An eliptical slope looks more like an exponential decay plot instead of a flat "hill." For example, the "order" of the slope increases with increasing response decline. I see it as useful for helping to control breakup nodes produced by metal cone woofers or other aberrancies.

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Re: eliptical/cauer crossovers? 11 years 11 months ago #2503

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Can u draw it?

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Re: eliptical/cauer crossovers? 11 years 11 months ago #2512

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One can "synthesize" this kind of filter by combining 2-nd order notch (PEQ) and LP or HP. Or even two PEQs. (like adding LRC network in passive filter).

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