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Dayton Audio XO3W-700/5.6K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 700/5,600 Hz
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Date published: 2012-01-07
hi i have an ev force i25 and need to replace the internal crossover.can you plz tell me which crossover is the crossover i need?
260-150 Dayton Audio XO3W-375/3K 3-Way Crossover 375/3,000 HzorDayton Audio XO3W-700/5.6K 3-Way Crossover 700/5,600 HzorDayton Audio XO3W-500/4K 3-Way Crossover 500/4,000 HzorDayton Audio XO3W-625/5K 3-Way Crossover 625/5,000 Hz
The EV Force i25 is a 2-way, four ohm design. If you have to replace the crossovers, I would recommend the Dayton crossover below. The power handling of the Dayton crossover is slightly lower due to their intended use being for home audio speakers. Unfortunately we don't have a Pro Audio crossover that will suit your needs.Make sure you use the four ohm setting on the crossover for the woofer section.
Date published: 2011-04-05
WOULD THIS CROSSOVER BE A GOOD FIT FOR TWO DAYTON RS180-4, MOREL CAM 528 AND A MOREL CAT 408?
While this is a good crossover, you are choosing some really expensive drivers. You would be better suited to build a custom crossover with polypropelene caps and air coil inductors for an exact match. The performance would be notably better. You can find many crossover calculators online where you plug in the crossover points and driver impedances. It pops out a schematic and parts list...
Date published: 2013-10-22
Can i use a 5 ohm woofer with this crossover?
Yes you can as long as the crossover jumper is set to 4 ohms. This will slightly change the crossover point but not enough to really cause a problem or be audible. Just make sure your amplifier can handle a load lower than 8 ohms.
Date published: 2013-01-09
3 way speaker has 1k spike in mids
Using this xover, I have a loud mid-range spike. When I hooked up my 10 band eq and turned down the 1k slider, the speakers sounded more normal. Do I notch the mid driver or tweeter and/or use an L-pad? Sounds like it's coming from the mids.Am I miss-matching drivers here? Is there a better Mid driver for this rig?Thanks,
This question is a little old but you may have found a solution to it already. If you are using a 8" woofer do you have dual voice coils or is it only one? If it is only one then I would try a "L" pad setup to turn down the mid and tweet. If you have a dual voice coil I would try going with just 4 ohms on the woofer and see how that changes the sound.
Date published: 2013-07-05
Different impedance tweeter?
If I were to use a 4Ω tweeter instead of an 8Ω tweeter, what would be the outcome? I'd rather not place a 4Ω power resistor in series with my tweeter as I don't want to attenuate the signal.
Absolutely do not put a power resistor in line with the tweeter - it will sound awful. They are only used as dummy loads when testing amplifiers. If you use a different impedance tweeter you're changing the high crossover, but not the low - so you're going to have a hole in your response. Use a crossover calculator and design one that best fits your exact needs.
Date published: 2012-08-30