# Passive Crossover Design Calculator

Car Audio - Speaker - Subwoofer - Electronics

Change Network Order to
Two Way
First | Second | Third | Fourth

## Two Way Second Order Network Equations

 Linkwitz-Riley: C1 = 0.0796/(RHf) C2 = 0.0796/(RLf) L1 = 0.3183RH/f L2 = 0.3183RL/f Bessel: C1 = 0.0912/(RHf) C2 = 0.0912/(RLf) L1 = 0.2756RH/f L2 = 0.2756RL/f Butterworth: C1 = 0.1125 /(RHf) C2 = 0.1125 /(RLf) L1 = 0.2251RH/f L2 = 0.2251RL/f Chebychev: C1 = 0.1592 /(RHf) C2 = 0.1592 /(RLf) L1 = 0.1592RH/f L2 = 0.1592RL/f C - Capacitor
L - Inductor

#### Inputs:

 Impedance of tweeter (RH) ohms Impedance of woofer (RL) ohms frequency (f) hertz

#### Given:

 RH = 0 RL = 0 f = 0

#### Solution:

 C1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED C2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED
Bessel:
 C1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED C2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED
Butterworth:
 C1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED C2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED
Chebychev:
 C1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED C2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L1 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED L2 = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED

References - Books:
Dickason, Vance. 1991. The Loudspeaker Design Cookbook. Audio Amateur Press. 4th ed.

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