Crossover Network Design Formulas & Calculator | ||

This calculator will design a two-way second-order Linkwitz-Riley crossover network for you. If you don't understand what any of the terms mean, click here for help. | ||

Please note the reversed polarity wiring on the high pass filter. Second-order filters will usually give you a better overall frequency response when they are wired this way because this type of filter shifts the phase of the input signal 180°. | ||

2^{nd} Order Linkwitz-Riley | ||

Second-Order High Pass Filter |
Second-Order Low Pass Filter | |

Second-Order Linkwitz-Riley Bandpass Filter | ||

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Calculate Your Crossover Here | ||

To use this form, enter the impedance values (at the crossover frequency) for your speakers, and then enter the frequency you want your filter to crossover at. Now, click the "Calculate Values" button, and your results will appear in the empty text boxes. | ||

Enter Tweeter ImpedanceEnter Woofer ImpedanceEnter Desired Crossover Frequency | ||

HighpassLowpass | ||

C_{1} = L_{1} = |
C _{2} = L _{2} = | |

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