Designing of Two way cross-over 3500 Hz
A two way is cross is designed in a net pattern with passive materials that separate the frequencies in a smaller region. A cross over separates the acoustic region into two sub areas in order to form two crossovers of high and low frequency each.
A cross over is designed to operate the combination of the two low level and high level crossovers. Lack of the two speakers can lead to: On side one the frequencies are arranged towards the different crossover simultaneously or else is consumed pointlessly towards the crossover. A cross functioning depends upon the different crossover and are distinguished into two and three streets without any botheration that this can further result into formation of complexes. The region through which the corresponding region of frequencies will pass is figuratively is known to be street which will lead to the corresponding crossover in the arrangement.
The system with two streets is called a simple system. In the acoustic region the simple system is separated with two sub areas and then again consisting of two filters. The low passage and the other one is called the high passage. The low passage helps the crossover to work in a low frequency and the high passage works with a higher frequency. The crossover with a low frequency is known as a woofer and that with a higher frequency is called a tweeter.
The crossovers are characterized with different characteristics to make a difference in recognizing them. Those features and characters may be the complex or simply resistant in nature. The diagram of the same signifies the relation of attribution of sound volume for frequency or sensitivity.
The crossovers resistance works with a frequency that will depend completely upon the destination and the applied force. Crossovers are distinguished with features like low frequency, woofer intermediate, mid range and high tweeter. Their resistance in Watt is 4W; 8W and 16W.A cross over for a loud speaker needs demands 8W power to be functional.