high pass filters??
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Author:  jamesmx3 [ February 20 2011, 12:29 PM ]
Post subject:  high pass filters??

ok, I have a little project for college, I need to produce a High Pass filter with the -3dB point at 10kHz, which i've done, however the roll off has to be -12dBs/octave. I dont know how to get the roll off from -3dBs to -12dBs?

I was hoping that somebody here in the Stereo section would be able to advise me! :D

Author:  PATDIESEL [ February 20 2011, 10:58 PM ]
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Geez, there is only one member on here that I can think of that might be able to answer your ?... and I cannot remember his screen name. However, he used to be on here alot mroe often and is a MX-3 stereo badass. So you might see if you can find out who has posted the most in this section over the years. IIRC he lives/d in Mississippi or Louisianna or somewhere over there.

Author:  Ryan [ February 21 2011, 2:03 AM ]
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& maybe

Carolina Cartel

Or the Google Machine.

Author:  CarolinaCartel [ February 21 2011, 9:15 PM ]
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Thanks for thinking I could answer this question. But I never used a passive crossover network. I only use active crossovers. I can guide you to site where someone maybe able to answer it.

Author:  neuspeedescort [ February 22 2011, 2:13 AM ]
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^ bingo! i know a lot also but man when you get all that technical stuff its a foreign language to me. that is a lot more math and science then i can calculate.


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