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                                          Batos Your One stop SHAKER   Pasive Crossover Shop

Profesional Range of Pasive Crossovers

            As we do manufacture Passive Crossovers we are capable of meeeting most custom demands .   

Througout the design and manufacture of SHAKER Crossovers, SA3055 version 5.54 Real Time Audio Analyser, RCL Escort ELC-130D, Fluke Bench Top DMM and Tektronix Dual Beam Digital Scope were used to ensure the Quality of the Crossovers. 

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The need for a crossover can be attributed to the inability of most drivers to reproduce the entire musical spectrum smoothly and efficiently. Because of this, most speaker systems are comprised of several drivers, each of which is dedicated to the reproduction of a specific range of frequencies.These frequencies are routed to the appropriate driver by a crossover network. This is a device that divides the audio spectrum into two or more frequency bands. By doing this, we can insure that each driver will receive only the frequencies that it can reproduce properly. Also, the crossover network prevents potentially damaging low-frequency energy from reaching the midrange or tweeter drivers.This frequency division process is accomplished by using high-pass and low-pass filters. A high-pass filter passes frequencies above a pre-determined frequency and attenuates those below. This pre-determined frequency is called the crossover point. Conversely, a low-pass filter passes frequencies below the crossover point and attenuates those above. By cascading high-pass and low-pass filters, a band-pass filter can be realized. Filters of this type attenuate all frequencies outside of the passband created by the high and low-pass filters.The rate at which the attenuating process takes place is dependent upon the slope of the crossover. Typical slopes for any sound systems are 6, 12, and 18 dB per octave, with 12 being the most common. Higher numbers indicate a much steeper cutoff rate while the lower numbers indicate a more gradual rolloff.

                                       Get full Shaker Price List with  pictures    6 -12 - 18 dB/Octave
If you want to make any Speker Box (to quicly no mess no fuss) SHAKE & ROLL  than use 6dB Crossover  L/P6/5  6.6Mh   100Hz
If you want to make any Speaker Box to DOUBLE SHAKE & ROLL   than use 12dB Crossover L/P10 100Hz .   Shake Your All Neibourhood
 
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