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Old 12-05-2006, 07:14 PM
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Can you identify these crossovers???

Can one of you identify these mbQuart crossovers and point me toward the specs for them?

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Old 12-05-2006, 07:46 PM
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MB quart pro series, 3 way made for a 8/5/tweet. I had a set and ran my front stage off of them long time ago.

nope just the 2 way maybe, hold out for the 3 way hard to find but lots of fun
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Old 12-05-2006, 07:48 PM
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Originally Posted by The Icon
MB quart pro series, 3 way made for a 8/5/tweet. I had a set and ran my front stage off of them long time ago.

nope just the 2 way maybe, hold out for the 3 way hard to find but lots of fun
So, those are the 2 way crossovers? Is there a website with specs for older products like that? Do you know the model number for the components they came with?
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They're a 2-way set out a of 6.5" MB Quart comp set.
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Old 12-05-2006, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Hardwrkr
They're a 2-way set out a of 6.5" MB Quart comp set.
Do you know what the crossover points would be?
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haha, i made my own crossover from radioshack parts, the cap was good till 300W's and the coil blew with 50W lol
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Old 12-06-2006, 12:45 AM
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Originally Posted by zinger002
haha, i made my own crossover from radioshack parts, the cap was good till 300W's and the coil blew with 50W lol
I'd like to be able to build my own, but I'm having trouble finding out how to pick the parts to build to a specific frequency.
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Originally Posted by evan
I'd like to be able to build my own, but I'm having trouble finding out how to pick the parts to build to a specific frequency.

Passive Crossover Design Equations Formulas Calculator - Two Way First Order Network Butterworth Handy website, first you figure out if you want to do first (6db/octave), second (12db/octave), etc and then plug in the frequency.
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given that they say right on it....rsc216. 2 way reference series from about a few years ago. we had a set of these in our car a few years back.

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Old 12-06-2006, 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by spl builders wife
given that they say right on it....rsc216. 2 way reference series from about a few years ago. we had a set of these in our car a few years back.
With the crappy picture I thought they said pro216.
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