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not finding much info on this

what ive absorbed is that a 12db/oct slope on say the tweeters will cause them to be 180deg out of phase (?)

now what about the mids where does this rule play in.... the hpf or lpf

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Any 2nd order filter is 180 degrees out of phase at the crossover point electrically.
 

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npdang said:
Use a first order filter...
lol the dynaudio solution

agh im reading chapter 7 loudspeaker design cookbook

so little i know about this

the tech pages on eca are chinese to me :eek:

anyone able to bring these theories down to my level
 

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just read that if you allow the crossover points to overlap by a factor of 1.3
that a second order will have a flat response

because the -6db points will match
 

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ok does this phasing have more to do other than how the two crossover slopes interact (ie resultant frequency response).
for instance is that portion still out of phase to your ear?
because if frequency response is the only issue i dont see this having much significance beyond eqing
 
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