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Speaker Wire Terminal Plate with 550 Hz Low Pass Filter
I am pairing a woofer 22 to 3000 hz with a full range speaker 50 to 22000, will this unit work to limit the high frequencies to my woofer? Cheers, Mark
Yes this will limit the high frequencies to the woofer.
Date published: 2015-06-02
What if you use these with a 4ohm woofer?
If used with a 4 ohm speaker the crossover point would be halved. About 225Hz
Date published: 2015-05-05
will these handle 100 watts
Yes. 100 watts will not be a problem
Date published: 2015-04-15
Hi, Can someone tell me what the polyswitch 'trip' rating is? I'd like to protect my 60w rms (each) speakers running at 7.5 ohms, from my 150w per channel receiver. Also does the polyswitch only cover the inductor circuit or all speakers connected? Thx!
This is actually a misprint, there is no polyswitch on this crossover. I will have the website updated.
Date published: 2014-10-08
how many watts can i put in them? i need a low pass filtrer for my subs! my subs are 2225h from jbl! 400W RMS....they are not subs but i use them like subs...so i want them to make a bit of HF thanks and sorry for my bad english
With the small gauge inductors I would not recommend more than about 150 watts RMS for these crossovers.
Date published: 2014-08-26
can someone show me how to wire these please? i have this part# but it looks a little different than the one in the photo
Red is + hot & grey is - return [or visa versa depending on your phase preference] to the woofer. The other two wires are parallel to the inputs for mids/tweets crossovers or hi-pass filters. This is a 6db per octave 550Hz low pass filter. You still need filters for the speakers above that number. A filter like this one needs only a coil for it's roll off. Yes--I'm confused as well.
Date published: 2013-10-24