Would like to know more analog crossovers similar to Fostex EN3000 and EN3020

I would like to know more analog crossovers similar to this models from Fostex, EN3000 and EN3020, EN3000 appears regularly to sell in Japan, the more sophisticated one EN3020 it's much more hard to find...

Anyway, would like to know more units with similar characteristics like this ones, very straight forward 3 way, easy to use.

For those who not know this Fostex, here they are:

EN3000: https://www.hifido.co.jp/sold/14-84210-27250-00.html
EN3020: https://www.hifido.co.jp/sold/11-62786-28291-00.html?LNG=E


No DSP's recommendations please.
ostex EN-3000


Pictures: https://www.hifido.co.jp/sold/17-11127-51780-00.html?LNG=E


Model Channel divider
Specifications 2-3way electronic dividing network
Bandpass characteristic 18dB / oct
Input impedance 47kΩ
Input sensitivity 0.5V (rated output)
Rated output 1V (Low: 100Hz, Mid: 1kHz, High: 10kHz)
Maximum output 8V (+ 18dB / dBV, distortion 0.05% or less)
Output impedance 470Ω
Total harmonic distortion 0.005% or less (rated output)
Crossover frequency 2way-1: 500, 650, 800, 1.2kHz
2way-2: 2k, 3k, 5k, 8kHz
3way: 500, 650, 800, 1.2kHz (Low / Mid)
2k, 3k, 5k, 8kHz (Mid / High)
Output phase switching 0 °, 180 ° (Low, Mid, High)
S / N 100dB or more (IHF-A)
Input / output terminal RCA pin terminal (pure gold plating)
Power supply AC100V
Power consumption 4.3W
Dimensions Width 482x Height 44x Depth 235mm (19 "/ 1U Standard Rack Mount Size)
Weight 3.5kg

Fostex EN-3020 

Pictures and specs:


Manual available here:


The EN-3000 give you a fixed 18dB/octave slope, the EN-30290 is switchable between 12 and 18dB/octave.
For a DIY speaker project, a pioneer D23 is more flexible with select-able 6, 12 and 18dB/octave slope.

Nice, thanks for the info, I'm considering the Pioneer, just wondering if in case of need repair, would be much complicated... 
bache262 posts09-09-2019 3:10pmvery nice machine , where we can buy ??

Are you sure you need one?
They appears from time to time for sell on hifido and yahoo auctions japan... the EN3020 appears to be amazing, even the scale down version maybe it's very nice.
recently i discovered a sony that i had no idea of the existence, it's not the one from esprit series, this one: Sony mu-c031


i think this one must be more difficult to appears...
cosmicjazz@ let me give some advice , i dont think you need this complicated unit with adjusting crossover point , crossover slope etc. the is more for DIY guys, if you want to finish you project  instead   spending
time on this forum or online. and enjoy to listen nice music on you 3 way 
active crossovers speakers , instead  play games   adjusting  crossover, you need 3 way  prefixed active crossover  https://www.xkitz.com/collections/active-crossovers-and-bi-amplifiers-1/products/linkwitz-riley-3-way-active-crossover-fully-assembled-xover-3 ,  for choosing amps i also have suggestion , but you need somebody to help you ( DIY electronic guy) 

cosmicjazz is intended to DIY a pair of 3 way horn Fostex speakers using active crossover : 


Look like the recommended passive crossover is 6dB/octave on high and 12dB/octave on low.
Looks like this guy  is looking something that he dont know. 
he wants to open more discussion to get more answer , but it does not work. If he will be alone without any knowledgeable help guy ,
THE DREAM never come throw,