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Passive Crossover for Subwoofer Output

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Hi,

 

I was wondering if there was a simple passive crossover that I could buy for my computer setup.  I have a dac magic+ feeding my audio engine S5 subwoofer which then sends the signal to my audioengine A2 active speakers.  The problem is that I don't want the low frequencies sent to the A2s.  Any help is greatly appreciated!

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There are cheap FMOD high pass filters, but I have read very mixed reviews about their audio quality.
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Put a .2uF capacitor in series of the input of the A2s and it will be 6db per octave slope, 3db down (crossover point) at 80hz.  Simple math ratios to move the xover point up or down. Quality will depend on the part used.

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