Active SubWoofer

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

The controller is quite (actually very) simple. An input buffer ensures that the input impedance of the source does not affect the integrator performance, and allows summing of left and right channels without any crosstalk. The output provides a phase reversal switch, so that the sub can be properly phased to the rest of the system. If the mid-bass disappears as you advance the level control, then the phase is wrong, so just switch to the opposite position.

Active SubWoofer
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It turns out that the controller can be simplified, but there really is no point. While the dual pot seemed like a good idea when I built my unit, it actually only changes the gain. Now, having experimented some more, this is a very good thing, since it m

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