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Dayton Audio XO2W-3K 2-Way Speaker Crossover 3,000 Hz
Acarian's silk dome tweeter (buyout) appears to be unsuitable for these Dayton X-overs due to their low Re of 4.4 ohm (crossover pt. would almost double?). Would a 4 ohm pre-assembled X-over be the way to go for the Acarian tweeter?
I'm looking to use this crossover to build a speaker with RS28F-4 tweeter and RS180-8 7" woofer. Will this work given the impedance difference? If so how will it affect the crossover point?
I have a 6 ohm woofer. What would my crossover point change to?
at 6 ohms your crossover point would change about 1500Hz higher.
Date published: 2015-02-02
if i ran 2-6 ohm tweeters in series (12ohm load after)... how would this effect the sound/volume when its rated for 8ohms?
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 up slightly. The opposite is true for a higher impedance.
Date published: 2015-01-27
Would this crossover work in a JBL J900MV? I find the original to be lacking in both separation of bass and mids, and the mids and highs are harsh. Would this be an improvement?
We do not have a cross reference available for this type of thing. Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, email@example.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Date published: 2015-01-15
Just purchased 4 older pioneer 2 ways with a crossover of 3000 hz. CS-53 from pre 1974. Would these be a worthwhile replacement cross over? The cabs are near mint and were a bargain @ $30/ea so I am interested in using them in my vintage setup.
Absolutely. These are 12 dB at 3000Hz with the ability to use the woofer at 4 or 8 ohm.
Date published: 2014-12-24