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Eminence PX2:3K5 2-Way Speaker Crossover 3,500 Hz
Will this replace my peavey SP 2XT crossover
hello i have a custom built box with a horn driver and a 10" and a 15" will this be a good replacement for this setup?i had it built back in 2000
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Date published: 2014-12-31
Shift in what direction to what frequency?
I cannot say exactly what the frequency difference would be. A 4 ohm driver will cause it to shift slightly higher, and a 16 ohm load will cause a lower shift. Both will also change the slope of the crossover.
Date published: 2014-10-22
Can I use this x-over with an eight ohm woofer load and a 16 or 4 ohm tweeter load?
Yes, although the high pass crossover point will shift depending on which impedance load you choose to use.
Date published: 2014-10-21
What would the actual Ohm load be using 2x 8Ohm drivers (Basslite Neo 10 or 12) and an 8Ohm Tweeter (APT80)?
The load to the amplifier will be roughly 4 ohms.
Date published: 2014-08-01
I'm building a 2x12 bass cab using the 8 ohm eminence basslites, sold here. I'm pairing those two with a single apt-80 horn. How much would the low freq crossover point change if I'm running the low's at 4 ohms? Any suggestions for an alternative xover?
Theoretically the crossover point on the low pass will roughly double, but those woofers start to roll off around 4kHz anyway so there should not be much of a difference audibly.
Date published: 2014-06-10