Interesting problem - crossover for inexpensive 3 way build, can it be done?
This is an exercise to see if a low cost 3 way system can be smoothed out by the crossover or is it just too much to fix? This is in response to what I found in this thread (Thanks for the grey matter exercise @Jriver146) and what I found when trying to come up with something to try to get the response respectable. Here is all the raw driver info below:
It may not be immediately apparent, but there are some really big peaks that will need to be dealt with. See below. Note: Blue=system response, Red=Woofer, Yellow=Mid, Black=Tweeter
First order, Mid reverse polarity
Last iteration, Mid and Tweeter reverse polarity.
As you can see, I got a lot of it tamed, but there's still a peak around 5200 that I just can't seem to tame. Anyone else want to take a stab at it and see what they can do?
@123Toid, I'm moving the convo here since it's not directly related to Jriver146's thread and I don't want to hijack it.
I see I forgot to add the zip file with the FRD, ZMA, and the Driver data file for WinISD. Sorry about that. The page froze during the first try and I had to redo it and missed posting the file.
This is a hard one. Mainly due to the midrange. I really do not like it's response. However, this is as good as I could get it. I guessed at the off-sets, since I can't measure them, but they should be fairly close to those. The mid and woofer are not perfectly in phase, but close. Anyway here is a picture and all the files saved, including my xsim save, if you want to import it.
P.S. That 4uf on the woofer doesn't do anything. I just forgot to delete it 🤭