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Topic: hpf for tweeter (Read 750 times) previous topic - next topic


Hi I have a car speaker hooked up to an amp to my iPod. It doesn't get very good high quality sound so I wanted to add a tweeter with a passive hpf. I'm not quite sure what a good cut off frequency for music would be if any one know I'd be thankful.


what? to keep mids and lows out of the tweeter, or to cut out high frequency noise, or both?


Sorry for the confusion but to keep out the mid low ranges


Feb 01, 2013, 03:07 pm Last Edit: Feb 01, 2013, 10:21 pm by dzwer Reason: 1
Add 3,3 uF nonpollar capacitor in series with the high frequency speaker(tweeter) and then connect this module in parallel to the main speaker.
If mids are too loud - decrease the capacitor to 2,2 uF or even to 1uF.
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