where can i get an inexpensive crossover?

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  1. Brian Dobbs

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    Does anyone know where I can get an inexpensive crossover? Also, does a crossover handle all frequencies? I'm sort of confused about all of the technicalities when it comes crossovers since they're relatively new to me. I found this on Radio Shack's website.
    http://www.radioshack.com/product.as...5Fid=40%2D1296
    Would this be a good buy? I'm not sure how to "use" this in a speaker setup. thanks for your time
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    To answer your question, more information is needed about your situation. Are you talking about a sub for 2 channel ? Crossover for a woofer and tweeter in a two way ?
     
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    I'm looking for a crossover (i think) to weed out high frequencies. I'm using this for a subwoofer.
     
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    I put a few options in the neighboring thread "Crossover for Sonosub?? I forgot about this!! "
    [Edited last by Brian Fellmeth on September 11, 2001 at 09:05 AM]
     
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