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Dayton Audio XO2W-2.5K 2-Way Speaker Crossover 2,500 Hz
If I wire two 4 ohm woofers in series to create an 8 ohm load...do I use the 4 ohm or 8 ohm connector on the crossover board?
Use the jumper for the load of speakers. So your load is 8 ohms with 2 in series.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Hi Parts-Express! I tried to cross a woofer from SEAS P18RNX/P and Morel CAT 308 Tweeter. Tweeter seems to be quite good but P18RNX/P sounds pretty flat and dull. Could you please specify your Inductance Coils specs (like mH and R) for that x-over?
You can view a detailed schematic in the link below.www.parts-express.com/pedocs/specs/260-142-dayton-audio-xo2w-25k-specifications-44370.pdf
Date published: 2015-02-25
are these designed for 8 ohm or 4 ohm tweeter/horns?
These are designed for 8 ohm tweeters and 8 or 4 ohm woofers.
Date published: 2015-02-23
Looking for power handling max...
A maximum power rating is not provided for these crossovers. At anything more than 300 watts for extended periods of time the coils will start to heat up and components could fail.
Date published: 2015-02-18
Hello, Would this crossover work as a replacement in polk audio monitor ii 40's? I believe the original crossover frequency is 2.3 khz.
This crossover is unlikely to provide exactly the same features or performance as the original crossover, however if a replacement crossover from Polk Audio is not within reach, this crossover should help get you making sound again until you have a genuine Polk Audio replacement in hand.
Date published: 2014-12-01
I bought 2 Dayton XO2W 2.5k x-overs from you. They're designed for 8 ohm horns but I'm curious. How would it affect the performance, crossover point, etc if I were to use a 16 ohm horn driver (with 8 ohm LF driver)? Would it damage the crossover or horn?
A 16 ohm driver will shift the crossover point and change the slope of the roll off. In this case it will shift lower in frequency. It will not damage the crossover, but it could damage the horn driver if it cannot handle a crossover point lower than 2.5kHz.
Date published: 2014-11-24