BFD as a crossover

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  1. FrantzM

    FrantzM Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi List

    I have ordered a BFD to replace my DSP-8024. I was wondering if soneone on the list has used the BFD as a low-pass Crossover. I would like to build for example a Low Pass crossover with variable frequencies and really steep slope 18 dB or more per octave.

    I will take the plunge in two months on the SVS. maybe two 20-39... I am thinking of using an old Krell as Bass Amp the KSA-250, this beast had one of the best bass I can remember and I can find one at a great price. I will let you know in due time what the combination sounds like.


    You guys have been so high on the SVS; if I do not like them then they will certainly find a new (colder) home :wink:

    Frantz

    P.S. The numbers on the SVS are impressive especially when compared to the Sunfire which I like and one of the best sub I know the Veloyne HGS-18
     
  2. Mat_M

    Mat_M Stunt Coordinator

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    I don't know if this is possible or not. From my little experience with the BFD, I know it makes notch filters, and not low or high pass.
     
  3. The BFD does not have any XO functions other than the parametric EQ filters. sorry.
     
  4. Stephen Dodds

    Stephen Dodds Second Unit

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    You could create something using various filters, but it would be a bit of a kludge.

    Steve
     

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