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100 Hz High Pass 8 Ohm Crossover
I'd like to use these with a pair of full range drivers (Mark AUdio Alpair 7.3's) wired in series for a nominal impedance of about 12 ohms. Will it change the band pass frequency with the significant increase in impedance? or does it matter? thanks!
I am looking to get this desktop amp: SMSL Q5 Pro Even though there is a sub-out on the amp, it does not highpass the front speaker outputs. there is no setting for the crossover frequency on the amp either. Is this HPF good to pair with?
Yes this will work as a high pass for the speaker outputs, you will need one for each channel.
Date published: 2016-01-14
My question is can you connect these filters to a 3way crossover just to improve mids only first time builder please help
Unfortunately no, these are designed to be stand alone filters and will not work with another crossover properly.
Date published: 2015-12-30
I installed these crossover in my JBL 2500 speaker boxes (8 ohm). They do the job well of blocking out the low end that used to cause distortion at high volume. But now when I power up my amp the JBL speakers make a "pop" sound. Is this normal?
The popping you are getting will be likely caused by the amplifier, the crossover will not cause this. I would recommend temporarily bypassing the crossover to see if the problem goes away, that way you can pinpoint the cause.
Date published: 2015-07-17
In a sealed bass (guitar) cab with two Eminence Basslite CA2010 Neo 10"s and a ported cab with two Eminence Legend B102 10"s. As open G on bass is 98Hz is the 80Hz a better choice than 100Hz to add a Eminence Alpha-6A 6" Midrange to the Basslite cab?
There will be very little audible difference between the two. For the sake of protection, I would recommend the 100 Hz option.
Date published: 2015-04-21
Can I wire this inside of a sub enclose; essentially between line in output from sub amp and main in on amp? Or do I wire this after the signal has been amplified.
This is a speaker level filter, so it is designed to go between the amp and the speaker. if you want a line level filter that goes before the amp, I would recommend looking at our FMod filters.http://www.parts-express.com/harrison-labs-fmod-inline-crossover-pair-100-hz-high-pass-rca--266-274
Date published: 2014-12-11