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Behringer cx2300 whats the best frequency setting on a behringer crossover

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Follow this instructions and fix it. God bless you
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      Plug one end of a shielded input cable into the mixer's main output, and the other end into the crossover's input. The cable connectors will be dictated by your particular mixer and crossover, and will be either standard 1/4" or 3-pin XLR connectors. Consult the owner's manual of all components for specific details and recommendations.

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      Plug another shielded input cable into the crossover "high" frequency output, and the other into the crossover's "low" frequency output.

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      Plug the cable coming from the crossover "high" output into the channel one input on the stereo power amp, and the cable from the crossover "low" output into the channel two input of the power amplifier.

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      Plug one end of the unshielded speaker cable into the power amp channel one speaker output, and the other end into the horn tweeter.

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      Plug one end of the second unshielded speaker cable into the power amp channel two speaker output, and the other end into the woofer. The connections are now complete.



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  • richard goucher Jul 14, 2013

    We have. Done all that now we need the setting so we can get the right sound mix

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    ernesto cuadra Jul 14, 2013

    enter the receiver menu setup and proceed with this steps Look at the speaker's specification sheet while in the receiver's menu. Make note of the lowest frequency listed in the "response" section. This is typically 32, 40 or 55Hz. 4 Observe the options available in the receiver's crossover adjustment menu. Take the lowest frequency listed in the speaker's specification sheet and double the value. If the value is 40Hz, the crossover point should be 80Hz in the receiver's menu. This will account for the typical behavior of a 12db/octave high-pass crossover, found in nearly all receivers. High-pass crossover points mark the frequency where, if we assume the use of a bookshelf speaker and sub-woofer, the bookshelf speaker begins to taper off. The low-pass crossover point is where the subwoofer begins to taper in the opposite direction, so that it does not play much mid-range. As a result, response will be flat from the crossover point down to the speaker's natural roll-off. The "roll-off" is the point slightly below the speaker's published lowest frequency where the speaker ceases to produce sound. For example, if a speaker's lowest frequency rating is 40Hz, most likely the roll-off is around 32Hz. This works for tweeters as well. Most speakers roll off at the top end around 22kHz, beyond the point most humans can hear.

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    ernesto cuadra Jul 15, 2013

    o.k

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