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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Car stereo crossovers
you should be able to remove the passive in-line crossover, but since it is blocking everything below 3500 hz, there is no need. leaving the passive crossover in place will also help protect the tweeters if something fails in your setup as any amped frequency below 3500 can seriously damage them.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
Onkyo to Onkyo, sub/receiver, problem fixed by inceasing volume on receiver. Seems the sub audio input does not pick up LF's below a certain output level from the receiver. So, guess I have to live with that. I only hope my nieghbor in the apartment below me can too!
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
SOURCE: Blown crossover in a Peavey
Yes it can be repaired. Your best bet is to locate an authorized Peavey service center and order the crossover from there. Most will sell the replacement crossover directly. The cost of the individual parts will not be significantly less than the entire module. Are you sure that it is the crossover that is smoked? It is unusual for the crossovers to go bad. What is the symtom of the speaker failure?
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
SOURCE: Peavey Bass Amp TKO115s
Start with a clean setting - zero cut and zero gain on the Eq.
Play a song close to the amp, and then move away, playing the same notes. Do you still get the distortion?
Change lower the input gain and repeat the test.
Lower the output gain and repeat.
Are any outboard distortion pedals in the mix, such as overdrive?
Eliminate them. Run straight through from your axe to the amp.
Check for any distortion settings. Set everything including reverb to zero. When the distortion disappears, this is your base setting.
Change only ONE parameter at a time. When the distortion comes back, you have found your problem.+
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
with help from a other site I bi-wired it using a bigger amp. It now gets 105w at 8ohm using a 18 octive slope filter set at 80hz.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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