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Speaker Crossover High-Pass 8 Ohm 3,000 Hz 100W
Board terminal markings
Like a few others have mentioned, I'm also a bit confused about the terminal markings.Although it may be clear to many who have ecperience with it, It's obvious that some don't.Perhaps a simple explination would be sufficient
I have included a basic wiring diagram below
Date published: 2012-03-04
Does this actually add 8 ohms to the curcuit or is it just made to run with an 8 ohm circuit. I am trying to figure this in with my speaker choice.
This is designed to be used with an 8 ohm speaker, crossovers do not add or take away impedance.
Date published: 2013-02-11
terminal markings phase II
i am a bit of a rookie, where would the negative input from the receiver go ? i see the positive but not the negative ??? i am thinking of using these for a secondary system i am beginning to put together thx
All of the negative connections are connected to the common terminals on the crossover.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Will this work with the Minimus 7 speakers?
I picked up a pair of minimus 7w (walnut version) speakers that were in absolute pristine condition with the exception that the terminal cup/crossover is missing from them. No wiring, nothing. Will this simple little crossover, along with me buying a new terminal cup do the job for these speakers? Thanks in advance!
Yes this will work fine with the Minimus 7 speakers.
Date published: 2013-06-03
where does it say how of the input power gets sent to the tweeter and the woofer?
The crossover does not specify how much specific power is distributed. Generally in a two way, the woofer will get 75-85% of the power and the tweeter the rest, depending on where it is crossed.
Date published: 2014-01-27
would these be my best choice for building surround sound 7.1 set up?
Best is a matter of opinion. Having said that, this crossover is suitable for any application where you need to cross a tweeter (or other 8 ohm speaker) at 3kHz. Whether it's for bookshelf speakers, mobile audio, or something altogether different, this crossover will perform the function for which it's designed.
Date published: 2011-05-14