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Crossover Frequency

From Chace Audio

A crossover frequency is an adjustable frequency at which an audio signal is split in order to direct different frequency ranges to different destinations, typically the speaker(s) best equipped to handle them.

For example, home theater enthusiasts can set their subwoofer crossover frequency to 100hz (or whatever setting suits them) to send audio from 100hz and below to the subwoofer and everything above 100hz to the other speakers in a multi-channel environment.