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