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Dayton Audio XO2W-2.5K 2-Way Speaker Crossover 2,500 Hz
Compatible:Dayton Audio DC160-8 6-1/2" Classic Woofer + tweeter dc28f-8 ?
Yes this will work with those drivers.
Date published: 2016-01-14
How is the input wattage split? For simplicity sake, they have the same ohmage and sensitivity. Does the tweeter and woofer receive the same, 50/50. Or somthing else like 30/70, 40/60?
There is no definitive answer for this. Crossovers don't split wattage by design, they split frequency. Generally speaking a tweeter will receive 10-20% of the power and the woofer will get the rest, depending on crossover frequency. The higher the crossover, the less power the tweeter gets and vice versa.
Date published: 2015-12-03
what is the crossover fq on this is for the woffer side of the crossover it looks like the tweeter is 2500hz is the woffer the same? want to use it on a 2way set up with dayton audio rs-100 8ohm 4inch mids and a fonteck 1.0 ribbion tweeter.
Yes, the crossover for both woofer and tweeter is 2,500 Hz.
Date published: 2015-12-08
I want to hook up for Speakers that are 6.5 inches. And a horn tweeter . But am not sure on how to wire them up . Can anyone help me with this. Thanks
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Date published: 2015-11-27
What ohm load will the amp see if my woofer is 4 ohm and my tweeter 8 ohm? 6 ohms?
The load the amp will see will be 4 ohms.
Date published: 2015-11-24
I'm using an 8 ohm tweeter and then two 8 ohm woofers in series. If I set it to 8 ohm, will it still work properly? I just want the woofers combined to make the same volume as one woofer.
The crossover point will shift only slightly since this is not a first order filter. The transfer functions will change, but without an actual model of this I cannot say how much it will shift. If the impedance is lower than the crossover rating, the crossover point will go down slightly. The opposite is true for a higher impedance.
Date published: 2015-11-09