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Two-way Passive Crossover

A crossover circuit is essentially a set of filters that directs signals of different frequency ranges to loudspeakers that have been designed to optimally handle those ranges. This two-way crossover circuit is typical for domestic applications, such as stereo speakers, where the lower frequencies (< 1 kHz) are sent to the larger "woofer" speaker and the high frequencies (>1 kHz) to the smaller "tweeter".
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