You like the Sansui?
An extremely limited capability unit, relative to what we have available nowadays.Guys hello. I've been fiddling around with electronic cross for some years now, using it as the main cross over network for my DIY 4 way speaker project that includes , CORAL 15" WOOFERS , JBL 8"MIDBASS, CORAL 4"DOME MID , CORAL 1,3"DOME TWEETER.
The cross I used is a old SANSUI CD 10, electronic crossover network. As I said it's old from 1975. But it's very versatile.
Can be set for 2 types of 2 way , 2 types of 3way , 1 type of 4 way. Very nice studio performance from those days. Only thing I had to do was to exchange all 110 bipolar electrolytics to new ones and a pair of transistors.
I'm very pleased with it and I can assure you that I can do almost anything I want to , in the analog domain, except for time delay.
It also supports a wide selection of cross freqs and a variable slope 12db-18db , a bass boost with a separate cross freq for each way , almost anything. User adjusts whatever he wants to and tweaking is full of fan.
It can still be found for sale at the Japanese auction site , or even ebay.
I would strongly suggest it. Take a look.
Nah, not really. That's just a simplistic overview that concludes "textbook" electrical filters will not yield proper acoustic responses in real-world systems. Duh.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vuMjo6PjV3ibqv1uA2wrnB7_EZBrKbL2/ This should be mandatory reading to anyone planning to use this or similar devices.
Yup. Thats the point. I agree with everything your saying except for "nah, not really". Thats important to understand before you consider using anything like this. If its allready obvious to you thats great but i dont think it is for everyone.Nah, not really. That's just a simplistic overview that concludes "textbook" electrical filters will not yield proper acoustic responses in real-world systems. Duh.
Moving a crossover system from speaker-level to line-level doesn't remove any of the necessary frequency shaping, roll-off control, etc, etc, etc, etc, tasks from the speaker designers to-do list.