distortion that sometimes occurs at a frequency (crossover frequency) at which a crossover network switches signals from one speaker to another.


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  • Crossover-network

    noun 1. an audio circuit device that sorts the impulses received and channels them into high- or low-frequency loudspeakers. noun 1. an electronic network in a loudspeaker system that separates the signal into two or more frequency bands, the lower frequencies being fed to a woofer, the higher frequencies to a tweeter

  • Crossover value

    noun 1. (genetics) the percentage of offspring showing recombination among the total offspring of a given cross. It indicates the amount of crossing over that has occurred and therefore the relative positions of the genes on the chromosomes COV

  • Cross-ownership

    [kraws-oh-ner-ship, kros-] /ˈkrɔsˈoʊ nərˌʃɪp, ˈkrɒs-/ noun 1. ownership of two or more similar or related businesses, as communications media, especially in the same locality: to forbid cross-ownership of newspapers and TV or radio stations in the same city. noun the single ownership of two or more related companies so that the owner controls the competition

  • Cross-party

    adjective 1. denoting interaction between two or more political parties: a cross-party group adjective pertaining to or involved in two or more political parties Examples He received a cross-party endorsement for the election.

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