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Zone3799Zone3799 Posts: 0
Hi to All ! Putting together a PA and require stereo 4 way crossover . Currently have a Driverack PA Plus . My question is to get stereo 4 way xover am I better off economic wise looking for a stereo 4 way digital or anolog or any suggestions that would be a suitable solution ??

Driverack is new to me , can I use bypass parts of the driverack initially whilst learning individual functions ?

For instance just to tune the PA ( I have DBX RTA Mic )

Many thanks in advance for an help .....rgds Marty


  • DraDra Posts: 3,777
    The Driverack can't do 4 way stereo.

  • OK I understand the driverack cannot do 4 way stereo.

    Can I do 3 way stereo by utilizing the SP215-9 as say a single part of a 3 way s???

    Example ....

    1 Output for Subs

    2nd Output for The SP215-9 Boxes as low mids to Out ( Combination utilizing inbuilt JBL Internal xover )

    3rd Output = tweeters
  • Since am not getting help on my topic I'll try and help on yours. :P

    I believe you are doing what am doing.

    I will be using all Peavey but the idea I believe is the same.

    I have 4 SP1G, 2 DTH 15" Lows and SP218 lows.

    I believe I will do the fallowing;

    I will use the dbx as a stereo 3-way.

    make the frequency from 41 to 70 on the SP218.
    From 70 to 300 on the DTH".
    and from 300 up for the SP1G.

    I will use the internal crossover of the SP1G to split the frequencies from 300 to 1,100 for the mid of the speaker and from 1,110 and up for the Tweeters.

    That would make it a four way system.

    I believe that is what you are trying to do.

    You should mention what speakers, amps you are going to use.

    Someone "might" see your post and give you more info instead of trying to figure out what you are trying to do.

    And you will get help.

    Good luck.

    Do not use the frequencies that I gave you here these are for my system. But, again, it is the same idea you are trying to do.

    Also, if am wrong could someone correct me? Thank you.
  • DraDra Posts: 3,777
    Sorry for the late reply. I am not getting notices, for some reason.

    Teo is correct.

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