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Stentorian crossover

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
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
LL
post #2 of 7
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.
post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by mtg90 View Post

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.
post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
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.
post #5 of 7
A bit messy but should help:
LL
post #6 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mtg90 View Post

A bit messy but should help:

Awesome. That's exactly what I needed.
post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the help mtg90!!!
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