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5 kHz High Pass 4 Ohm Crossover
How do I wire a Part # 266-472
The bottom of the crossover is labeled with IN and OUT, as well as polarity markings.
Date published: 2014-12-03
Want to see if I can run this with AMTPOD-4 tweeters I'll be powering from a 4x50 amp in a car
Yes this will work with those tweeters.
Date published: 2014-11-17
I have an amp that can use 4 or 8 ohm speakers, I have a Full range speaker @ 4 ohms and tweeter @ 4 ohms, if I wire them in series with this cross over inmbetween should I use a cross over that is 8 ohm (since there wired in series 4+4=8 ohms) or 4 ohms.
Unfortunately you cannot properly wire a full range and tweeter together in series with a filter in between, it will filter both drivers. Your best bet is to use a 2-way crossover, or simply run the full range without a filter and wire the two together. You will still end up with a 4 ohm overall load.
Date published: 2014-04-17
If I wanted to make this Xover at 2,500 instead of 5,000 what size Capacitor would I need to replace it with.
You would need to replace both components, not just the capacitor. They would need to be replaced with an 11-12 uF cap and .35 mH coil for a crossover at 2,500 Hz at 4 ohms.
Date published: 2014-04-15
I want to run 4 8ohm tweeters (2 in each A pilar of a car). I will be wiring each side in parallel for 4 ohm load. My question is can I run one of these on each side inline with the tweeters? Tweeters wired parallel prior to the crossover
Yes you can use one of these per pair of tweeters in parallel.
Date published: 2014-03-31
This vs Capacitor
What is the advantage of using this vs a simple 8µf capacitor?
A capacitor will only provide a 6dB per octave roll off which is not much protection. To compensate for this, the crossover point must be much higher. This high pass filter uses a 12dB per octave slope which provides better protection for the driver and also means it can be crossed lower.
Date published: 2013-08-12