Crossover assembly 101

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nlitworld

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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #340 on: 14 Nov 2022, 07:19 am »
Greetings,
Working on a pair of NX-Studios. Could you please confirm my crossover is correct?
Thanks in advance

Looks good. Just make sure to have the inductors orientation at a 90°.

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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #341 on: 14 Nov 2022, 08:40 am »
I hope I’m not gonna make an idiot out of myself, but you mean like this?


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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #342 on: 14 Nov 2022, 01:18 pm »
You were good to turn it up on its side but rotate the small inductor 90° so it is perpendicular to the large inductor. That will cause the least interference between the two.



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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #343 on: 29 Dec 2022, 12:27 am »
I am going to use this tread to document a crossover assembly. I'll cover some do's and don'ts and try to make it as easy as possible to follow.

In this example I am going to be assembling the crossovers for Guys V-2's. This pair, along with a bunch of other stuff is going to Vietnam.

I will update this as time permits and as work progresses on the build.

The first thing is to figure out the space available for the crossover. In this case the crossover is mounted on the back side of the speaker, in plain view, right below the open baffle coaxial driver.







The space for the crossover leaves plenty of room for a crossover board that is 7.5" by 8.75". This gives plenty of room for layout without crowding.

More coming....

I wonder if these missing pictures will ever be replaced? I have read this entire thread, and it looks like they have been absent for at least a few years.  :(

Hobbsmeerkat

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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #344 on: 29 Dec 2022, 05:37 am »
I wonder if these missing pictures will ever be replaced? I have read this entire thread, and it looks like they have been absent for at least a few years.  :(

Unfortunately not. Those images were tied to the old website and became unavailable in October of 2020 when the old site was replaced.

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Re: Crossover assembly 101
« Reply #345 on: 29 Dec 2022, 03:19 pm »
We still have a few things to try that might allow them all to be seen on the new server.