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Old 17th January 2005, 08:01 PM   #1
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Default Quick X-over question

I just built the X-overs for these http://www.wadsnet.com/~dtenney/dayton_8MTM.htm

Do i just wire the positive to the positive and the neg. to the neg. together where they meet the binging posts? Will I get 8ohms or 4ohms? Thanks guys
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Old 17th January 2005, 08:29 PM   #2
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Default Dude, what are you trying to say?

The two woofers get wired togther positive to positve and neg to neg.

Then from one of the woofers run your wire to the woofer x-over.

Then tweeter to tweeter x-over.

Then the x-over can be wired together pos to pos and neg to neg. Then to binding posts. Unless you have two pairs of posts per speaker.
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