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Harrison Labs FMOD Inline Crossover Pair 70 Hz Low Pass RCA
Why can't I use these in reverse? For instance, I'd rather place these FMOD devices at a switch box, which has RCA jacks for the input/output connections. I suppose I could use gender changers to have these little guys pointing in the correct direction.
Hello, I want to boost the bass to compliment/dis-locate Polk RC60i In-Ceiling Speakers (40Hz - 20kHz) for background music; bought a Yamaha YST-FSW050BL2 Subwoofer (35 - 160Hz). Y-splitter from source feeds sub too much treble. Which crossover is best? T
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Date published: 2015-07-27
If i use the 70hz for subs...
...what would be recommended in a high pass for my mains? i am running dahlquist dq-12s as mains in a stereo/music only setting. they drop of around the mid 50s (sealed 8" woofers), fed by a 35-ish rms per channel tube amp. the subs are going to be (passives i'm building atm) powered by a tube pre/solid state 2 channel pro amp, signals for both mains and subs out from a dac attached to my computer.
my preferred crossover point is between 100 and 125 hz.
Date published: 2013-10-14
Fmod slope increase.
If you put 2 in series (ex. 70 hz low pass) does the slope double to 24 db/oct starting at 70 hz ? Thanks, Stan
Stacking these, with an attenuator, would give you 35 Hz Lowpass (according to Harrison Labs website).www-hlabs-com/technical/crossovers/
Date published: 2014-08-21