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100 Hz Low Pass 8 Ohm Crossover
What Should i get that will give me a high power handling or that will just pass my low frequencies through with no watt limit?
Off the shelf crossovers will be limited to 250-400 watts of power regardless which model you find. You can either build your own with high power components or go fully active in which case power handling is a non issue.
Date published: 2013-08-29
What does the crossover wattage mean?
I'm crossing my fingers that it isnt how much power it cant handle lol, but if it is What can i buy so that only the hi and mid frequencies are cut out or attenuated with no wattage limit?
The wattage of a crossover is indeed its thermal power handling. We do not recommend more than this rated power fed into the crossover for extended periods of time.
Date published: 2013-08-28
Can I use this crossover for my project.
Hi, I have a set of Celestion DL4 speakers with 6 inch bass/mid range and 1 inch dome tweeter. The speaker has been rated 70Hz to 20kHz. Crossover setting for the DL4 is 3kHz. I wanted to make a new 3 way speaker with the DL4 drivers and 2 way crossover and was wondering if it will make any sense to add a larger woofer driver from Celestion 5 (which I happen to have) with this crossover. Or am I better off getting a 3 way crossover and connect the 3 drivers up that way and forget about the DL4 2 way crossover. Thanks.
Hello Alex,This network will only work if you were to add a sole-additional sub woofer. think of this as a 1 way network for sub bass only....Add the larger woofer but keep the crossover a 3 way filtering Hi, Mid and low frequencies.My Best...
Date published: 2013-07-23
will this work for a older rockford punch- dual coil REP 1212
JUST WANT A SIMPLE ONE WILL RUN THE 2 4OHM COILS IN SERIES FOR 8 OHMS HOOKED TO A sANYO RECIEVER. OR WOULD i BE BETTER OFF WITH SOMETHING ELSE FOR MY SUB JUST MAN CAVE PROJECT
Yes if you put the two 4 ohm coils in series, the crossover will work just fine. The two coils in series makes 8 ohms of impedence, which will make the crossover a tuned ciruit at the frequency you selected. I have used these on dual 4 ohm coil speakers, and single 8 ohm coil speakers. You will like the results, I did! You can actually use it on a 4 ohm speaker, but the frequency doubles. As an example, a crossover at 8 ohm is 100 hertz, the same crossover should be somewhere around 200 hertz at 4 ohms. Or somewhere close to it.
Date published: 2013-03-28