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100 Hz High Pass 4 Ohm Crossover
What would the crossover be into 6 ohms?
A 6 ohm load will create a crossover point around 75 Hz.
Date published: 2014-03-12
can i wire two 8 ohm speakers in parallel and use the 4 ohm version of this HP filter?
I'm going to be buying two 8 ohm speakers and wire them in parallel so they're running at 4 ohms from my head unit/amp. Would I be able to connect those 2 parallel wired 8 ohm speakers to ONE of these 4 ohm crossovers? Or would I need of these for each speaker?
Yes you can wire two 8 ohm drivers to this crossover and have the same result as one 4 ohm driver.
Date published: 2013-11-08
follow up the another's question
So HOW specifically does it change the x-over point to run this to an 8ohm speaker? I ask because I would like to put one in project box that can be moved from project to project as needed. This could occasionally involve only needing to low cut an 8ohm load. If the change is not outrageous I can live with that so long as I know what it is. Best if it will still fall somewhere betwen 80 and 125 Hz. For comaprison where would the 4ohm 80Hz version end up at? Thanks.
If this was plugged into an 8 ohm speaker, the crossover point would go down by almost half.
Date published: 2013-06-08
What are the physical dimensions?
I would like to mount this in a small project box. Plan to mount them on the back of my tower speakers to cut out subsonic lows. Plan is for better integration of powered sub and utilization of receiver power. Sub does not have hi or low level outs.
The overall dimensions (including solder tabs) are 5"L x 1-7/8"W x 1-3/8"H.
Date published: 2013-02-23
Buying the 8 ohm resistor to match resistance of satellite speakers...
speakers and amplifier operate at 8 ohm impedancecan someone explain in lamen's terms what would happen if I used 4 ohm crossover in between the sub and the satellites for protection. Would it just limit the system, or harm the components, or neither?
The components in the crossover are designed to create a filter at 100 Hz for a 4 ohm load. Hooking this up to an 8 ohm load will simply change the crossover point. We do offer one of these designed for an 8 ohm load.
Date published: 2013-01-11