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Dayton Audio XO3W-700/5.6K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 700/5,600 Hz
As my first speaker project, I'm using an old Fisher 3 way box(sealed) with these drivers, DC28FT-8, DS115-8 4", RS225-8 8". Will this X-over work well?
Yes that crossover will work with those drivers. I would recommend isolating the midrange from the rest of the cabinet with its own chamber filled with damping.
Date published: 2014-12-09
I'd like to use this x-over for Woofer; Eminence Delta-12LFA 12" Low Frequency Driver, Mid; Selenium D250-X GW Phenolic Horn Driver and Twitter: Selenium D220Ti. Is this right x-over for these drivers? Do you think I need L-pad?
The crossover frequencies will work well, but yes you will probably need L-pads for the mids and horns.
Date published: 2014-12-02
I'm building a 3-way home speaker with Cerwin Vega CVMP1.0 tweeters, CV CVMP6.5 and CV CVMP8.0. Will this be a good match? Thank you
We do not have any specifications for these drivers available, so we cannot say whether it would be a good match or not. If you can find specific product specs for those drivers and email our tech support we can see if we can help further.
Date published: 2014-09-17
building a big three way speaker system. Will this crossover work with these drivers. 21'' woofer 8ohms 25hz~2.5khz 99db 10'' Midrange 8ohms 300hz~4000khz 99.6db Compression horn tweeter 500hz~20000khz 103db
This crossover will work fine with that application. You may need an L-pad on the tweeter since it is slightly more sensitive. I would recommend part number 260-252 for this.
Date published: 2014-02-21
would this work for a sound bar Wmtm/mtmW?
I am going to be building a speaker for my garage. I am a complete novice. I want to build a sound bar type speaker with two 6" woofers, four 3" mids and two tweeters. Will the products listed below work well together. I dont need an audiophile speaker just good sound and good bass.
In order for that crossover to work properly it needs to have an 8 ohm load on the mids and tweeters and a 4 or 8 ohm load on the woofers. Are you planning on using only one crossover for the whole speaker bar?
Date published: 2013-10-30
Could I use this with a 6 ohm woofer?
I have a pair of BIC RtR 1530 15" 3-Way Tower Speakers. I would like to take out the existing crossover and replace it with this. The woofer is 6 ohm. Would this be a problem?
A 6 ohm woofer will slightly change the crossover point but probably not enough to be audible. As long as your amplifier can handle a 6 ohm load you will not have any ill affects.
Date published: 2013-08-08