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post #1 of 7 Old 05-09-2012, 02:46 PM - Thread Starter
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Sorry for being a newb but this is my 1st DIY project. Not being comfortable with building my own x-over, I decided to get the Single Stentorian kit from Madisound. The assembled crossover that came with the kit is a little different from the x-over on Curts website. Can someone please help me figure this out since I have never done this before.

It is causing me great frustration and any help is appreciated.

Attachment is assembled x-over from Madisound

This link is the one on Curts website.

http://speakerdesignworks.com/NS6project_4.html
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The picture shows two seperate crossover boards, one for the tweeter and one for the woofers. Both inputs go to your binding posts or input terminal cup.

net 1 goes the the two woofers flanking the tweeter (woofers wired in series).

net 2 goes to the other four woofers (woofers wired in series parallel).

net 3 goes to the tweeter.


Hope that is what you were looking for.
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The picture shows two seperate crossover boards, one for the tweeter and one for the woofers. Both inputs go to your binding posts or input terminal cup.

net 1 goes the the two woofers flanking the tweeter (woofers wired in series).

net 2 goes to the other four woofers (woofers wired in series parallel).

net 3 goes to the tweeter.


Hope that is what you were looking for.

Thanks for the response. I am really dumb when it comes to this and don't know what net 1 out goes to or anything. Very frustrating for me. I would really like it if someone would say Net 3 out goes to ??? Net 1 out goes where?? I'm really sorry I need my hand held this much but I want to make sure I do it right.
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I know you told me but I would love more indepth instructions like woofer 1 goes to net 3 input and common ground. But common ground where? Things like that.
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A bit messy but should help:
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A bit messy but should help:

Awesome. That's exactly what I needed.
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Thanks for the help mtg90!!!
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