Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W

Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W

3-way crossover for speaker designed to handle 100 watts RMS program power. Crossover frequencies of 800 Hz and 5,000 Hz with 12 dB per octave roll-off into an 8 ohm load.
  • Designed to handle 100 watts RMS program power
  • Frequencies of 800 Hz and 5,000 Hz with 12 dB per octave roll-off into an 8 ohm load
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Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W
3-way crossover for speaker designed to handle 100 watts RMS program power. Crossover frequencies of 800 Hz and 5,000 Hz with 12 dB per octave roll-off into an 8 ohm load. Dimensions: 4-3/4" W x 4" D x 1-1/8" H. Connection instructions (with crossover aligned as pictured): Top left is input positive (+), bottom left is input negative (-), bottom right is midrange positive (+), centered on the right are three output negative (-) connections, above the output negative connections is the woofer positive (+), top right is the tweeter positive (+).

Product Specifications
  • Crossover Type3-Way
  • ConfigurationBoard Only
Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W
  • BrandParts Express
  • Part Number260-210
  • UPC844632017018
  • Product CategoryAssembled Passive Crossovers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (62 Reviews)
  • Weight1.0956 lbs.
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Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W
Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W is rated 4.4355 out of 5 by 62.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good crossoverworked really well with Part # 294-2703 for mids, woofer- 295-325 and tweeter # 275-070
Date published: 2014-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome sound!i bought these crossovers because they were the cheapest 3 ways on this site, and i am so shocked at the great sound! not just me but my friend who collects vintage speakers was really surprised at the sound quality!!! only small down side was the crossover is a little high at 5k...maby? cant beat that for the price!!!
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from new life to old speakersthe crossovers I replaced were 43 year old hand maids. first I upgraded the horns with new tweets and replaced the drivers and had the 15 inch subs reconditioned.I don't do a lot of soldering but I did use a small heat sink. the connections were self explanatory, took about 1 and a half hours. they now sound incredible. thanks PARTS EXPRESS! I'm now ready for another bout with these speakers.
Date published: 2014-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product ..great priceI have Cambridge Soundworks Tower speakers. The tweeter crossover circuit was blown from playing too loud. It blew out the caps. I installed one of these in each speaker and I feel that for my taste, they sound better than the original ones. The mid is a little bright so I use a software equalizer to turn it down as the music is playing from the HTPC system. I would definately recommend this product.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good budget crossover.The title really says it all. These are really solidly built with decent components. These crossovers are pretty big and heavy, too, so not very good for a small speaker project. I used these in a cheap refurb, so the price was right. Great value and good sound.I tested them before installing, just to make sure the channels are separating well, because I was worried about the solder issue. Upon examination I didn't see any solder overruns. But, someone does need to learn to solder better - whoever is assembling these uses a ton.
Date published: 2013-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great affordable crossoverI used these to refurbish an old pair of Knight end table speakers. The original speakers used a few capacitors wired between the drivers, and they were wearing out, as fifty year old capacitors will. These crossovers were affordable, and work very nicely. I could not be happier with their performance, considering their low cost. I'd buy them again if I needed to.
Date published: 2013-01-15

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Speaker Crossover 3-Way 8 Ohm 800/5,000 Hz 100W

With 3 8ohm drivers attached to this, what is the nominal impedance of the whole thing?

Asked by: Xett
Using three 8 ohm drivers with this crossover will provide an overall impedance of 8 ohms.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2014-03-12

can i hook up 2 woofers 1 mid and one tweeter to work off of this crossover

all the speakers are 8 ohms
Asked by: javy96
This crossover is designed to work only with 8 ohm drivers. If you were to use two woofers, you would have a 4 ohm load on the low pass section which would change the crossover frequency. If you were to use only one woofer, it would work perfectly fine.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2013-09-26

Which item are you selling?--the one in the listing or the one in the picture when you enlarge it

The two items and photos are not the same, although functionally they probably are very close. In the listing you see what appears to be 4 air coils and 4 NPE caps all lying down. the enlargement shows an etirely different product. In the enlargement you can not see if the coils are air coils or if the use iron powder slugs in the coils, as Yuan put paper IDs over the bobbins. Also, the caps in the enlargement are all radials mounted vertically (making it harder to replace then with film caps on the board--you only axial film caps, for example). So which is it?
Asked by: Litekeys
Our current product offering is the one in the smaller (non-zoomed) photograph with the axial electrolytic capacitors and air coil inductors.
Answered by: mikevv
Date published: 2011-03-01

Can I use these as 2 way Xovers?

I would like to start with just 1 woofer and 1 tweeter then add a mid in the future...Can I and how would it be way of the woofer being x'd @ the mid point(ie.5k Hz)? TIA
Asked by: LEDm
You can certainly use these as a two way at either 800 or 5,000 Hz, however, if you want to use them at 5,000 Parts Express offers two way crossovers at that frequency, which would be less expensive. A few examples are shown below.
Answered by: BamaBoy
Date published: 2014-02-01

Is something missing?

I am not an expert, but two capacitors of the same ufd and another two of the same ufd, do not make a second order crossover based on the calculators I have used online. It seems more likely that there would be three different size capacitors and three or four inductors, what gives? The price is good, but something seems off.
Asked by: c123
In a 2nd order butterworth design both the low pass and high pass use the same components for a given x-over point if the drivers have the same impedance, the inductor/capacitor are just switched.I will say that the cap values on this crossover do look a little off for a butterworth at the stated x-over points.
Answered by: mtg90
Date published: 2014-02-01

How much power will be delivered to each driver?

I've been looking at this three drivers for my first speaker project.JAMO 20414 6-1/2" Treated Paper Cone Woofer,JAMO 20470 4-1/2" Sealed Back MidrangePower handling: 25 watts RMS/50 watts max for both.andNuance TW5-2LR 1/2" Mylar TweeterPower handling: 20 watts RMS/40 watts max.Will likley some of them brake if I load the speaker with maximum power of the crossover (100W RMS)?And another thing (Sorry a bit off topic). Will it be okey to have all three element in the same enclosure since the midrange is sealed back?
Asked by: Wagge
The power rating of a crossover is merely the MAXIMUM power that the crossover circuit can handle from the amplifier. It can handle all power levels up to and including whatever its power rating is listed as. The crossover's power rating will not determine how much power gets delivered to the speakers; that is only determined by how powerful your amp is, and, more importantly, how loud you actually play the amp at. For example, if you have a 100W amp then most of the time it won't be putting out anywhere near 100W. Normal listening levels are more like 0.1W to 1W per speaker, and even at full power a "100W" amp will only be delivering an average power of about 40 - 60W to the speakers because during the quiet parts of music/videos, very little power is being delivered to the speakers. Even during loud sections of a song, it's unlikely that the speakers will get the full 100W.And yes, you can have all of these drivers in one enclosure. Sealed-back midranges are usually strong enough to not need their own enclosure, unless you have a really powerful subwoofer in the same enclosure.
Answered by: eboyer
Date published: 2014-02-21

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