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squidbait 25th March 2004 05:13 PM

Crossover wiring, common - ?
 
When wiring a crossover ( my first ), can all threee negative leads off of the speakers have a common terminal?

Or does everything have to follow the order of the schematic?

Lionel 25th March 2004 06:02 PM

Re: Crossover wiring, common - ?
 
Quote:

Originally posted by squidbait
When wiring a crossover ( my first ), can all threee negative leads off of the speakers have a common terminal?

Or does everything have to follow the order of the schematic?

Yes you can wire them to the same negative terminal.

More difficult and not necessary because controverted : the bi-wiring.
One terminal for the boomer.
One terminal for the tweeter (or tweeter + medium)

squidbait 25th March 2004 06:44 PM

So, theoretically, all points that are wired to the negative lead, could be wired to one common point?

I appreciate the help!

Lionel 25th March 2004 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by squidbait
So, theoretically, all points that are wired to the negative lead, could be wired to one common point?
Yes

Quote:

I appreciate the help! [/B]
You're welcome

lucpes 26th March 2004 06:22 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by squidbait
So, theoretically, all points that are wired to the negative lead, could be wired to one common point?

I appreciate the help!

I'd make sure that the point coincides with the back of the binding post, it will make woofer-mid-tweeter interference (due to woofer EMF or even a large np electrolytic which can spurt all kinds of garbage out) less possible.


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