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x-overs

Discussion in 'Audio' started by WakeBoard&4X4er, Feb 21, 2002.

  1. WakeBoard&4X4er

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    OK, I am looking for a 2-way passive x-over that roles off at about 120. Or a low pass coil in the same range. This is what I am doing with this stuff I am trying to run 2 4 subs with 2 8 speakers, however I have the subs running full range and would like to split the signal or adding a bass coil before the subs. Any have any think that will work???





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  2. Prembird

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    what type of subs and speakers are they... What brand, what ohm load, etc... Also fosgate use to make what was called a 6.6 coil but they no longer make it.. Are you trying to run them off the same amp?? What is your system setup like... Basically we need a little more info to tell you what you could do and with what parts...

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  3. WakeBoard&4X4er

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    well if all you want to do is make sure the subs are getting a low end signal then just go to the local radio shack and you can get x-overs there... They have them in 2 way, 3 way, and bass only setups... With the little info you have given i am guessing that is all you want to do...

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    you might think about running some audio control components with a sub sonic blocker. sub sonics kill subs

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  6. WakeBoard&4X4er

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    Hear is some info if any wants to know, If you use a bass coil it does not care if you put it on the - or + side of the spearker. So if you want to run 2 sets of speakers and you want one to be x-over with a coil, then you can ONLY run them bridged. If you want to run in seires, then you can no use inline xover.

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