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100W 2 Way Passive Crossover

A passive 100W 2-way crossover made with high quality components for excellent sound reproduction.

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3329£4.74
(£5.688 incl VAT)
£4.37
(£5.244 incl VAT)

A passive 100W 2-way crossover made with high quality components for excellent sound reproduction.

The crossover splits an audio signal into different frequency bands so that specialised speakers such as woofers and tweeters can be used to provide a higher quality reproduction of the music than a standard full range speaker can produce.

This model has clearly labelled terminals on the PCB. The input terminals are on one side of the board and the different output frequencies are labelled on the other side.

Features:

  • High quality components.
  • Excellent sound reproduction.

Contents:

  • 1 x 100W 2 Way Passive Crossover.

Dimensions:

  • Length: 115mm.
  • Width: 71mm.
  • Height: 27mm.

Physical characteristics:

  • Length: 115mm.
  • Width: 71mm.
  • Height: 27mm.

Electrical characteristics:

  • Damping: 6dB/Oct.
  • Impedance: 8 Ohms.
  • Frequency: 2kHz, 2.5kHz or 4kHz.
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How to use a 2-Way Passive Crossover
A crossover is the name given to a circuit that splits an audio signal into separate frequency bands. This allows different frequency bands of the output from an amplifier to be sent to different speakers instead of all being sent to one speaker.

Questions:

Posted by Howard, Thursday, 7 January 2016 on product 100W 2 Way Passive Crossover

Question:

Am I correct in thinking that the input to these boards comes from the speaker out put of an amplifier PCB? Do I require 2 crossover boards for a stereo amplifier, one for each channel? Do you have a basic drawing showing how these are connected I could have please? Many thanks Howard

Answers:

  • Posted by Michael Lockhart on Thursday, 7 January 2016

    Yes the input onto the crossover would come from the output on the amplifier, and you would require 2 crossovers on a stereo amplifier, one for each channel. We have a tutorial on using the crossovers which can be found here, https://www.kitronik.co.uk/blog/use-2-way-passive-crossover/ this should provide all the details you require.

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