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Dayton Audio XO3W-375/3K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 375/3,000 Hz
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
Is a schematic included with the crossover? Does parts-express share the schematic prior? I would have my speakers in bassbox/crossover pro and would like to add the crossover to see the impact Thanks
The schematic is not included but it is available under the manuals and resources part of the product page. You can also see if here:www.parts-express.com/pedocs/specs/260-150-dayton-audio-xo3w-3753k-specifications-44371.pdf
Date published: 2015-02-02
are these Linkwitz-Riley or Butterworth? THX
These are 3-way crossovers, and they use a "constant-power" topology that produces flat summed response instead of the humped midrange response that a non-constant-power topology sometimes provides. They are neither Linkwitz-Riley nor Butterworth.
Date published: 2015-01-16
Dayton XO3W-375/3k My horn driver is 8 ohms; the mid is 4, and the woofer is 4 ohms. I have the jumper in the crossover in the 4 ohm position. Is it safe this way? Should I be using an 8 ohm mid driver? The horn is much louder than everything else.
When using a 4 ohm woofer the jumper will need to be in the 4 ohm position. A 4 ohm mid will cause a shift in crossover frequency and slope, so an 8 ohm is recommended. Most horns are much more sensitive than mids or woofers and often will need to be attenuated with an L-pad to match woofer and midrange output levels.
Date published: 2014-11-26