You can update your preferences anytime.
Built-in two-way crossover permits easy integration into two channel audio systems.
In high-performance audio systems, a crossover's function is to act as a gateway, filtering and directing precise audio signals towards each speaker as appropriate for its driver's particular size. For example, with a conventional two-way home theater or home audio system, the smaller, main stereo speakers are tasked with reproducing the mid to upper frequency ranges, while larger subwoofers are responsible for the lower frequencies.
Designed with system versatility and practicality in mind, the E-Sub's onboard active crossover can be used in two distinct modes:
• When engaged, it send a 24 dB/octave, low-pass signal to the E-Sub's internal amplifier, while also feeding an alternate 24 dB/octave, high-pass signal to the "Line Outputs" located on the E-Sub's rear connection panel. The result is a true, two-way, 24 dB/octave, Linkwitz-Riley crossover configuration between the E-Sub and the main stereo speakers, without requiring an additional, external crossover.
• When the E-Sub's crossover is not in use, its "Line Outputs" will deliver a buffered, pass-through signal that is identical to the signal feeding its "Line Inputs". This application is beneficial in multi subwoofer installations to pass a receiver/pre-pro's subwoofer signal from one E-Sub to additional E-Subs.