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Speaker Crossover High-Pass 8 Ohm 3,000 Hz 100W
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
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
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
4 ohm version?
need this in a 4 ohm version pretty bad
We do not carry a 4 ohm version of this item, unfortunately. I've linked the appropriate components below for you to build your own 4 ohm high pass at 3kHz. You should place the capacitor in-line on the positive line of the speaker, and the inductor across both positive and negative lines, after the capacitor. I've included a simple diagram for reference. Our Technical Help section has quite a bit of information on crossovers, here's a link for your convenience:http://www.parts-express.com/techHelp.cfm
Date published: 2013-04-09
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