Hello everyone. I´m a new member but I have frequently visited this forum before I registered.
I have 2-way speakers.
I have received 1 iNuke 1000DSP and 1 inuke 3000DSP in the mail today. My goal is to use the 1000DSP for my tweeters and the 3000DSP for the 7" middle/bass woofers. The tweeters are 8 Ohm, 50W RMS and the woofers are 8 Ohm 60W RMS.
Is it as simple as using the DSP´s High Pass for the tweeters on the 1000DSP and the Low Pass for the woofers on the 3000DSP?
Of course, I will experiment how "hard" the cut will be (6dB,12dB etc) and also set correct volume levels. The split will be at 3000Hz
Is it something more I should do?
Atb, David, Sweden
try to find a frequency response measurement of the drivers and folks here will be in a better position to help you out assuming that you can't measure them yourself.
depending on how expensive your tweeters are, a protective high pass filter (a simple capacitor) wired in series with the tweeter is always a good idea on an active system.
just in case you get a little "thump" through the system, the tweeter will stand a chance at surviving it.