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I have a trends ta10.1 that drives the midrange and treble on my 3 way horn speakers. Trends goes full range and the low pass is filtered out by the speakers passive filter.
The passive x-over between bass and mid is 400Hz.
Bass horns are powered by a different amp trough an active crossover.
I tried full active but this configuration sounds so much better.
I would like to remove some bass frequencies going to the Trends to release it from unnecessary stress and distortion.
I was thinking changing the input capacitors so that it creates a 300Hz high-pass filter.
Would this work and which caps would you recommand for maximum sound quality?
My trends is completely modded and uses high quality film caps but I forgot the brand. They are yellow with an AN logo - but no they're not audio note caps, if such a thing exists.
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Topic - Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - KanedaK 11:34:26 02/02/17 (13)
- 300hz is too high - madisonears 18:56:56 02/03/17 (6)
- RE: 300hz is too high - KanedaK 06:58:06 02/05/17 (5)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - KanedaK 18:50:19 02/03/17 (2)
- 7,960pF not 7.96pF (nt) - Tre' 15:58:56 02/04/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - madisonears 15:20:26 02/04/17 (0)
- You would be crazy not to - email@example.com 12:20:50 02/03/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - Hornlover 09:46:01 02/03/17 (0)
- RE: Input coupling caps as high-pass filter - Tre' 18:54:52 02/02/17 (0)