crossover frequency

Definition

Electronics

  • The frequency, within a crossover network, at which the power supplied to the two output circuits is equal. For instance, in a two-way speaker, the frequency at which the woofer and tweeter receive the same power. Above this frequency the tweeter gets more power, while the woofer gets more power below it.
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