and there are two ways
emulate the passive crossover alraedy in it
experiment with a more complex crossover
the crossover suite is very powerful in that you can measure the speaker drivers as sited and then select slope, Q, fir filter etc I understand the basiscs but i do no select comp[ponents and deign system solely on the numbers I am a seasoned subjectivist. I care less about how it works and more as how well it works. Science is already understood , I am interested in the not studied psycoachoustical aspects of the Altitude, but Walter is the King Of That ***** in Europe at least.
Ben that is why I gave you the name of forum member The Lion, tell him i sent you and he can send you a more specific example how a German scientist would go about crossovering the 8034 will your altitude, it will be acoutical correct, now do I always like this level of precision, NO to me when Walter Creafully matches each level on a 12-24-32 channel system , I told him and Arnaud SQUARE (A2)* at CEDIA , NOT IMMERSIVE ENOUGH, so I do it by the seat of my pants but having started at this perfectly leveled matched system. I am mixing the crossover function with the effects of channel mapping and gain. I just let Walter do his precise science and if i like it great, if not I certainly covered my a$$ with the enthusiasts community.
Rules to me are a threshold for stress testing.
DEFINITION: *A2 [ARNAUD SQUARE] IS A TERM THAT IDENTIFIES THE CEO ARNAUD LABORIE AND ARNAUD DESTINAY, working together. They have a symbiotic and apparently synergistic collaborative relationship, so in deference to their combined results I came up with Arnaud SQUARE or A2 for short. For example the unified immersive format (like what we are trying to implement in LOGE) final paper will be released at ISE.
It is being prepared by A2 . Simple right?
Here with Mark Seaton, A. Destinay and the Founder A. Laborie. So theshorthand would be S+A2.
Come think of it nothing has a more badass IMMERSION Gangsta ring to it than C, YOU CAN ALL CALL ME C.
Group Shot. Gangsta C in royal blue.