Passive subwoofer filter


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Audio Filters Circuits / Audio Circuits
The schematic shown, does no need any power supply because is a simple low frequency passive filter. It could be usefull if you want to drive an extra subwoofer from your stereo system.

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The circuit filters the frequency ranges above the 150Hz. The schematic is calculated to work with a 50 watts audio amplifier, but can be used with higher powers as well. The frequency can be adjusted with 2k2 potentiometer from 50 Hz to 160 Hz.


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