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Dayton Audio XO3W-375/3K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 375/3,000 Hz
If I use this xover with eight ohm speakers tweeter to +to +and -to - and do the same with the mid and woofer would that not be the same as three eight ohm connected in parallel to a two ohm load?
What would the amp see if you use all 8 ohm drivers ?
Date published: 2015-03-25
Hi, i' d like to setup a 3way with Tweeter 6 ohm - midwoofer 8ohm - woofer 8 ohm Could you please advise me if it works with this xover or another xover?(8ohm jumper?). I've setup a 2way bookshelf with 2way dayton xover and am very happy with it
The difference between a 6 ohm tweeter and 8 ohm tweeter on this crossover will be negligible. I do not see a problem using this.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Is the polarity flipped on the mid on the crossover board itself or would I need to flip the input for the mid so that the driver + goes to the mid crossover -? Or wire everything up + - and let the board do the polarity swap? Thanks!
The flipped polarity on the midrange has already been accounted for on the board, so you just wire the mid positive to the positive on the board.
Date published: 2015-02-20
Ok.. What happen if i have a 8ohms impedance tweeter, 8 ohms woofer and a 4ohms mid? What would be the final frec in the mid? Do i affect the other drivers ... The slp is just the same in all drivers.... Do i need to add something to the mid section??
I have a pair of peavey project 4's. they are 3 way speakers. I want to change the jack plates to single drive where im able to run them full range off 1 amp. Is this what I need?
Yes you will need a 3-way crossover for this application, but without knowing the impedance or original crossover frequencies it is almost impossible to recommend a specific one. Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, email@example.com or 800-338-0531 x1.
Date published: 2015-02-05