¥ 33,000 (around 1969)
An electronic crossover network in which crossover points and slopes can be freely selected.
2-way and 3-way can be used by switching the switch.
The crossover frequency can be adjusted to 5 levels of high and low, and can be freely selected according to the speaker.
In addition, the slope can be selected in 3 stages at 4 positions.
It is equipped with a center channel output jack that mixes low range L and R, allowing 3D playback.
|Type||Electronic crossover network|
|Circuit system||NF Type
Crossover 5-step switching
3-step slope switching
|Rated output voltage||3.5V|
|Split band||For 2-3-way, Low, Mid
High Each individual level can be adjusted
|Total harmonic distortion factor||0.3% or less|
|Constant loss||Within 2 dB|
|S/N||85 dB or more|
|Input impedance||100k Ω|
|Output impedance||200 Ω or less|
|Crossover frequency||Low : 125, 250, 500, 700, 1000 Hz
High : 1, 2, 4, 6, 8 kHz
(5-step switching for each)
|Cutoff characteristic||6, 12, 18dB/oct.
|Center channel output terminal||Impedance 4k Ω / 70 Hz|
|Semiconductor used||Transistor : 20 Nos.
Diode : 2 pcs
|Power supply voltage||100 VAC, 50Hz/60Hz|
|Power consumption||2W (rated)
|External dimensions||Width 300x Height 115x Depth 254 mm|