Rotary Subwoofer Install Blog

October 2, 2006

Crossover challenge

Filed under: Uncategorized — bassment @ 5:57 am

Just to be clear in the post below, what I ultimately wanted to do with all four subs was have the following happen:

1) Left Watchdog get all the 30-80Hz of all left channel signals, mains/surrounds/subwoofer

2) Right Watchdog get same, for all the right channel signals

3) XS to get mono 20-30Hz

4) TRW to get mono 0-20Hz

Unfortunately, the Lake, although extremely capable, did not allow us to set a given output to be any mixture of inputs. You can have any output assigned any filter, but they all share the same input mix. Which meant for my application that I had to go mono to all the four subs above.

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1 Comment »

  1. Have you looked at the Behringer DCX2496?

    It should do everything you want, plus phase & time delay adjustment capability. It’s relatively inexpensive, and I’ve been very happy with mine..

    Comment by Jordan — October 23, 2006 @ 7:37 am


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