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Dayton Audio XO3W-625/5K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 625/5,000 Hz
I'm considering using a mid range with this crossover that has a recommended operating range from 400hz to 5k. Is this crossover good for that, or do I need a crossover that crosses the hf lower to get sufficient db roll off by 5k?
This, or any crossover that has a crossover point at 400 or higher will work fine with that driver.
Date published: 2014-04-07
Should the Mid driver be connected to this crossover in reverse polarity to compensate for second order crossover phase shifts?
The reverse polarity of the mid driver has already been accounted for the in the connections so connect the drivers as labeled and you will be fine.
Date published: 2014-03-17
What is the design of the crossover?
Is this one of your normal LR types or is it a Butterworth or what?Thanks
This is a 2nd order Linkwitz-Riley crossover. Butterworth is typically 1st order.
Date published: 2013-10-19
M T W... Midrange Tweeter and Woofer, Right?
Im new to this obviously. It's just that they aren't listed in order from woofer mid then tweeter like I would expect. Is that what the M T W means?
Yes this is correct.
Date published: 2012-11-19
When using an 4 ohm woofer with this crossover what is the impedence of the assembled speaker with all the drivers (8ohm mid/ tweet)? 4 ohms or 8 ohms
The overall speaker impedance will be 4 ohm.
Date published: 2014-01-22
on the adding of another woofer?
Russ thanks for the photo of how to correctly add another woofer. do I still choose 4 ohm plug on crossover and not 8 ohm? since my woofers are 4 Ohm. thanks
Wiring two 4 ohm woofers in series presents an 8 ohm load, so you would set the jumper on the crossover to the 8 ohm setting.
Date published: 2012-10-27