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2.1 stereo console, need crossover advice
2.1 stereo console, need crossover advice
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Old 14th August 2019, 10:31 AM   #11
nas3000 is offline nas3000  Lithuania
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There is another approach to a solution in building this console. Instead of a 2.1, build a standard 2 way using midwoofer capable of outputting good midbass, namely Peerless by Tymphany SLS 3.5 inch 85s25cp04-04, for instance. Vented alignment might call for a passive radiator in case a vent could not be fitted. A simulation would help a lot.

Of course standard 2way system is always an option, but there is always a problem, that midwoofer will not play wel under 100Hz and/or at the same time will be precise in the voice range. This woofer mentioned looks like suitable from ~200 to ~4kHz. Correct me if I am wrong



Now I am looking at FaitalPro 3FE, 4FE or something from Markaudio for mid/highs or even fullrange and probably Dayton for sub.
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Old 14th August 2019, 10:50 AM   #12
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How it is?
You need a couple of 2 ohm resistors. Connect them to each other, this middle point goes to the woofer crossover. The two ends go to the amp positive terminals.
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Old 14th August 2019, 10:53 AM   #13
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Correct me if I am wrong

The mentioned 3.5" midwoofer will do exactly what its TS parameters and FR offer. On the other hand, a designer can ruin or exploit its potential to the fullest extent. I have know idea what you are capable of.
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Old 14th August 2019, 11:19 AM   #14
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You need a couple of 2 ohm resistors. Connect them to each other, this middle point goes to the woofer crossover. The two ends go to the amp positive terminals.

is this for dual voice coil woofer or single?
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Old 14th August 2019, 11:29 AM   #15
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Single. The resistors are there to allow the amps to be connected to each other.
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