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Old Yesterday, 08:38 PM   #1
db035 is offline db035
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Default 2 way crossover question

Hi. Im using two drivers:

RS225P-4A and RST28A-4!

For the crossover i want to make a 1k second tier crossover. I also need to lower down the response rate by 0.4db on one of the speakers. Which 4 components do i need for this crossover? I dont know how to calculate the characteristics and it will be my first and last build

Also, what would you recommend me for the size of the enclosure? Im making a front-side ported enclosure!

The speakers are pretty much completely compatible and it should be an easy build!

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Old Yesterday, 08:59 PM   #2
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Some helpful links!

RST28A-4 1-1/8" Reference Series Aluminum Dome Tweeter 4 Ohm Specification Sheet

http://www.daytonaudio.com/specs/spe...p?prod=295-567
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Dave Bullet is offline Dave Bullet  New Zealand
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Try this design for size. DRivers have changed but closer to your goal than 4 arbitrary crossover components.

To cross the RST low - you need to cross it steep. To cross the RS225 high - you need to cross it steep - hence this design with more crossover components:
Dayton Reference RS225
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