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taller4 18th June 2011 05:42 PM

2 8ohms speakers in paralel to 8ohms crossover?
 
I have 8ohms speakers wired in paralel, could i conect them to 8ohms crossover? what will happened if so? please help.

tinitus 18th June 2011 05:58 PM

hey, maybe you will find some here

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi...crossover.html

Loren42 19th June 2011 12:01 PM

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Originally Posted by taller4 (Post 2610582)
I have 8ohms speakers wired in paralel, could i conect them to 8ohms crossover? what will happened if so? please help.

Simple. It changes the crossover frequency.

A crossover is just an LCR filter. That is, the inductors and capacitors utilize a set impedance to generate a filter slope. If you change any one component (i.e., capacitor, inductor, or resistance of the driver) the filter will change.

You really need to design a crossover from scratch if you make any changes to the drivers.


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