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Subwoofer Low Pass filter Circuit

This is the simplest Subwoofer Low Pass filter Circuit using uA741 single op amp ic. The circuit is very low cost with respect to their work. The cut off frequency of this circuit is 25Hz to 80Hz maximum. Using this circuit , you can easily design a 2.1 Sub-woofer Speaker System at your own Home. The circuit contains very few components.In Pakistan, the cost of this circuit with PCB is Rs:45 The same circuit is working in my own hand made sub-woofer system. 


Parts List:

R1,R3,R4 = 10K 1/4W
R2=100K 1/4W
CY1,CY2 = 0.22uF Polyester
C1,C2 = 10uF/25V Electrolytic
IC1 = uA741A Single Op-Amp Ic + 8 Pin Ic Socket
3 Pin Male & Female Connector x 2
2 Pin Male & Female Connector x 1
PCB as in required size 4.5 cm x 3.4 cm

Subwoofer filter Circuit

Circuit to solve new to the buffer input for the signal R + L and cutting area of ​​the Muting issue and the cut-off point often fear for VR 4 floor hard so I divided into 2 layers using 2 the time that the cut frequency, if wanted. It has layers of fine cut to the same location. I use ic tl072. And replace series capacitor 0.022 with 0.047 . That a soft voice that sounds good offline but not feeling heavy and dial around the back lot, try changing the capacitor. Beyond the traditional. Intended to adjust to extremely low frequency adjustment for the store before so I think that the device is used. Could differ. I sent in this condition before.




HA2400 Programmable-attenuator

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TL081 Tunable notch filter

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SSM2044P Voltage Controlled Filter

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XR-13600Universal active filter

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