Use of an Inductor in a crossover

Discussion in 'Analog & Mixed-Signal Design' started by adhith, Jun 25, 2017.

  1. adhith

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    hello friends...
    I have been trying to study about the passive crossovers for few days and one thing I noticed is that the matching the specifications of an inductor to the speakers make the passive crossover difficult to built. I was under the assumption that an inductor is is used for much higher frequency band (100kHz or above) and I don't know whether its true or not. Usually for the audio amplifier at the audio output usually a capacitor with speaker impedance forms the cutoff frequency right??. So what is the use of a specific passive crossover with specific inductor?? So could anyone help me out??
     
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  3. AlbertHall

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    Inductors can be used down to very low frequencies. For instance, mains transformers at 50/60Hz. It all depends on the inductance and using core materials suitable for the intended frequency.
     
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  4. adhith

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    Thank you friends for the help
     
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