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Dayton Audio XO2W-3K 2-Way Speaker Crossover 3,000 Hz
using x-over pro software I'm getting a big dip in the freq. response around the xover point unless I invert the tweeter's polarity. Do I need to actually wire the tweeter so it's inverted, or does this xover compensate for this?
This crossover already compensates the tweeters polarity, so the drivers just need to be wired to reflect the markings.
Date published: 2014-08-29
I am wanting to use this crossover in an MTM configuration with an pair of 6" Dayton reference woofer and and Dayton 1 1/8" silk tweeter. Would this crossover be the appropriate crossover for this MTM system?
Yes this crossover will work for that application.
Date published: 2014-08-26
I'm new to crossovers, i have 2 woofers and a tweeter. Do i split the W so it connects for both woofers?
You can either split the connection at the crossover or go from one woofer to the other in parallel, it won't matter either way.
Date published: 2014-08-11
I'm new at this how do I wire this crossover into my two way speaker system?
This crossover is labeled for each input and output. The IN +/- comes from the amplifier, the W +/- goes to the woofer and the T +/- will be wired to the tweeter.
Date published: 2014-08-02
Is it possible to modify these so that they can be set up for bi-amping? The speakers I'm considering using for a 2-way design have significant sensitivity differences. I'd like to avoid wasting a lot of power in an L-Pad.
The only way to set these up for bi-amping would be to disassemble the boards and re assemble the components on two separate boards. If you will be bi-amping, the differences in sensitivities will not matter since you will be able to set individual gains anyway.
Date published: 2014-06-12
Would this crossover work to pair a HiViM6N 6" woofer with a ND20FA-6 Tweeter inside a ported (1-3/8" adjustable) .5-.75 cuft enclosure?
Yes this will work for that application The 6 ohm tweeter will slightly raise the crossover point but this will not hurt anything.
Date published: 2014-05-02