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PRV Audio 2DF2k 2-Way Passive Speaker Crossover 2 kHz
I have a set of Yorkville Pulse 18W Subs, 8Ohm 300 watt Prog, would these crossovers be a good replacement
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Date published: 2015-11-03
I'd like to try this crossover in a bass guitar speaker cabinet -- with an Eminence 3015 and an Eminence APT80 - would that work?
The APT80 has a recommended crossover frequency of 3,500 Hz so this would not be a good crossover choice. You can either use a different horn that will work with a lower crossover frequency, or try a different crossover. Unfortunately we do not have any cabinet ready crossovers that will have a crossover point of 3,500 Hz.
Date published: 2015-06-26
Do sale just the black plastic panel face that the cross over is screwed on to? Thank!
not without the input dish included.
Date published: 2015-04-06
I'm trying to use this to convert my behringer b412dsp powered to passive (since the amp died and they don't make them anymore...) same with one Behringer b215d... do you think this xover will work for them? Thanks for your inpt and help!
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Date published: 2014-12-18
I am thinking about building my own monitor wedges using the eminence beta 10cx10 and an eminence ASD 1001. I noticed that the recommended crossover was a 2.5 k. Would this PRV 2k crossover be wise to use or not? I like the pre assembled plate and inputs.
Thank you for your interest in PRV Audio products!With regards to the Eminence ASD1001, I believe you would be safe using our 2DF2k crossover.To ensure longevity, test with a gradual increase in power levels until you arrive at the desired listening level. If at any point you hear distortion, decrease the amplifier gain.
Date published: 2014-10-03
With the price of this unit not being terribly high, I am wondering if the speakon connectors are high quality, or if I will have to replace them not too far down the road? I know the cheaper (Chinese) connectors will not stand up to regular use.....
Unfortunately there is no way to gauge the quality of the speakons used in this crossover. We have not have a single issue or complaint about them but they are replaceable with any standard Neutrik or Amphenol part.
Date published: 2014-08-25