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Convert sb121 to sb121xp/sb122 by installing crossover posssible?

Can this be done? I have a great set of sb121's I use with zx-1 satellites.and don't want to buy sb122's. I don't want an outboard crossover. Can the crossover be installed in the sb121? I believe they used to be available as sb121xp's. Is the crossover attached to the jack plate and just a matter of switching them out? What would the part number and approximate cost be (Is it worth it)?

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  • sparky589 Jul 17, 2008

    I found the crossover (part# xpsb2002) from the sb121xp is no longer available. The crossover assembly (part# 560487000) from the sb122 is available from EV for $21.35 ea. Can anyone tell me if this part is compatible with the sb121?

  • sparky589 Jul 17, 2008

    Is there anything other than removing/disconnecting the stock jack plate and replacing with the new assembly (no other parts etc)?

  • sparky589 Jul 17, 2008

    Thanks everybody-now I've got work to do.

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No there isnt, it is compatible and at that price you wont fid better unless you go to www.ebay.com. hope this helps.

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Yes That is compatible

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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    $21.35 ea Is A Barging i cant find any were else cheaper

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