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Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/4,500 Hz 200W
I have speakers with dual 8"woofers, mid and tweeter. Will be replacing mids and tweeters. How would I wire these up do drive both woofers? I plan to use fountek neocd1.0 and dayton 2" dome midrange.
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Date published: 2014-11-17
so this crossover says 200 watts, but can you over power a crossover? if so, what is the max wattage for this one
This crossover does not have a max power rating. Once this crossover sees 200 watts for an extended period of time, certain components will start to heat up and eventually fail.
Date published: 2014-09-25
Does anyone happen to know what terminal size these xover's have? TIA
These crossovers use 0.205" terminals.
Date published: 2014-06-30
What is the easiest way to mount the crossover in the cabinet? Can I just screw it in or do I have to mount it on something?
These can be mounted with screws, double sided sticky foam, hot glue, etc. It does not have to be mounted to anything specific.
Date published: 2014-04-07
Yes I have crate 3 way passive 8 ohm speakers 125watt continues 250program crosover in one cab that works on the other crossover dose not? Can I use the parts express crossover 3 way 8 ohm 800 4,500 200w on the other that dose not work?
This will work as a replacement as long as the crossover points are at or higher than the recommended crossover points of the drivers in the cabinet.
Date published: 2014-03-17
Hi Do this crossover able to handle speaker below? Dayton Audio DC28F-8 1-1/8" Silk Dome Tweeter as tweeter Tang Band W3-1053SC 3" Full Range Driver as mid Dayton Audio RS100-8 4" Reference Full-Range Driver as Woofer
This crossover will work fine with those drivers and provide textbook filters for each crossover frequency.
Date published: 2013-12-26