A selective filter which splits signals into different frequency bands that can be fed independently to separate speakers. A passive crossover filters signals after they have been amplified. An active crossover (more effective and flexible) filters signals before amplification, sending different signals to different amps.
A circuit that acts as a filter dividing the frequency spectrum into two or more parts. It's the crossover's job to send only high frequencies to the tweeter and only low frequencies to the woofer, and midrange frequencies to the midrange driver.
A circuit, normally built into a speaker system which divides the full-range audio signal from an amplifier in order to feed the individual drive units, ie: bass, midrange and treble. Since drivers are different sizes, they can only reproduce certain frequencies; therefore the full-range signal from the amplifier (or sound desk) needs to be divided up into ones that are just bass, mid-range.
A device for dividing an audio signal into two or more passbands. Passive crossovers (most commonly found in mid-high speakers and monitor wedges) use capacitors and coils to split the audio signal and direct it to specific drivers. Active crossovers are used ahead of the amplifiers to divide the line-level signal electronically into different passbands and direct them to specific drivers or cabinets.
A plot which involves existing characters that are normally not seen together. For instance, a story in which Mega Man and Mario interact would be a crossover.
Crossovers are a combination of two different fandoms. They can range from the semi-logical (AFI/Tiger Army) to the outright bizarre (AFI/Sesame Street...Davey/Snuffaluffagus anyone? Anyone?). The possibilities are endless in crossovers, though without proper skill and forethought, crossovers tend to come across as hideously ridiculous badfics. For this reason, crossovers have somewhat of a bad reputation and are sometimes forbidden in archives or mailing lists. May be abbreviated to C/O or x-over.
a story that combines two or more established story universes into one
a story in which one fandom universe crosses another, as in, if Kirk & Spock met S&H (as in Mixed Metaphors)
A set of turnouts connecting multiple tracks. A crossover allows a train to move from one track to another. A power crossover is controlled by Centralized Traffic Control.
Point in a roller coaster in which a section of track crosses directly over another section of track.
Where two parts of the same coaster's track cross over one another.
Combination of track and switches which enable trains to cross from one parallel track to another.
The effect of ink from an image, rule, or line art on one printed page, which carries over to another page of a bound work.
A design element such as type or images that crosses over the trim or gutter of one page onto another page.
An image that spans two facing pages, crossing over the binding
in printing, any graphic that crosses over from one page to another facing page.
The connection between two portions of a neon tube. It is not supposed to be seen in the finished sign. Typically, crossovers are coated with blockout, although they can also be wound with tape.
two solutions are sexually combined to form two new solutions or offspring
Abbreviated as "x-over," a fanfic that crosses characters from two shows or movies. This usually leads to awkward characterization or deus ex machina. Many are written more for entertainment purposes than as serious fanfics.
a combination of casts from two disparate television series
the kind of cable you need to connect an xbox DIRECTLY to another computer or xbox. if you are using a router, hub, or switch this is NOT necessary and will not work; use a regular patch cable for that. the xbox system link cable is a crossover cable. d0 - an install point in 3rd generation mods, to the right of the LPC holes. if this is not connected right the xbox will boot to the original bios like there is no modchip there
A short section of conveyor placed in a conveyor when drive is switched to opposite side of conveyor.
a trial in which the experimental and control groups switch treatments
A method of gaining speed in which skaters cross one foot over the other. There are forward and backward crossovers.
1) Halfway through each lap in pairs skating, the skaters have to change lanes in a designated area called the crossover. 2) The motion used by skaters to negotiate curves, in which the outer foot crosses over the inner foot to help maintain balance and speed.
A method of turning corners and gaining speed on which the skater crosses one foot over the other.
The step used by skaters as they negotiate the curves; involves crossing the outer foot over the inner to help maintain speed and balance – a tricky move to learn with the long blades of speed skates.
the appropriation of a new style (especially in popular music) by combining elements of different genres in order to appeal to a wider audience; "a jazz-classical crossover album"
Recording or artist that appeals primarily to one audience but becomes popular with another as well (e.g., a rock performer who makes jazz recordings).
In music, crossover is a term used to describe material borrowed from a different style or genre and whose popularity crosses the considered boundaries of styles or genres.
Crossover is an American electroclash duo from New York City. Their first full-length album, fantasmo, was released in 2001.
In the technique of genetic algorithms, the operation of dividing two chromosomes (the ``parents'') into pieces, which are then spliced together, alternating between parents, to form a new chromosome.
Analogous to biological genetic crossover: the replacement of a randomly selected segement of a shape's command list with a randomly selected segment of a command list from another shape.
In genetic algoritms, an operator that splices information from two or more parents to form a composite offspring that has genetic material from all parents.
in a genetic algorithm, any method of exchanging portions of two variants to create two new variants.
A conductor which connects to a different pin number at each end.
Ball rolling to the left of the headpin for a right-hander and vice versa for a lefty.
All the devices (computers, terminal servers, routers etc.) with separate wires for transmit and receive are DTE (Data Terminal Equipment), while modems are DCE (Data Communications Equipment). When a host is connected to a terminal both are DTE and both use pin 1 for transmit and pin 2 for receive. For the transmit line of one device to connect to the receive line of the other device, pin 1 at one end must connect to pin 2 at the other and vice versa. This is termed a Crossover, and used for EIA 423, 10BASET and FDDI.
A ball that hits on the side of the head pin opposite from the side of the body from which delivered.
the interchange of sections between pairing homologous chromosomes during the prophase of meiosis.
See: chromosomal cross-over
The reciprocal exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes in meiosis.
When a pair of chromosomes trade genes.
a structure, such as a bridge, bearing a path for crossing over a river or highway.
a U-shaped section of pipe which serves to pass one pipeline over another which is directly in its path.
a path (often marked) where something (as a street or railroad) can be crossed to get from one side to the other
Running without the ball across the path of a teammate who has the ball. Also called a scissor run.
votes from members of one political party cast for candidates of another party; -- called also crossover vote; as, there was a high crossover in this election.
a member of one political party who votes for a candidate of another party; -- called also crossover voter.
a voter who is registered as a member of one political party but who votes in the primary of another party
a merging of styles
a melodic mix of soca and calypso with reggae, yard style dancehall, rhythm and blues, funk, techno, house, hip hop, rapso and rap
A style of footwork that require you to cross your feet.