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Originally posted by burdizzos

I' imagine that the new Avatar crossover would work fine with a galaxy driver, the downside is that hte crossover point is probably around 2kHz.


One of the benefits of using a galaxy driver is that it has frequency response down to 100 Hz. If it is crossed over at 500 Hz, you get to enjoy the smooth midrange that the driver offers. If it is crossed over at 2kHz, it will sound better than the stock horn, but its full potential will not be realized.

 

 

problem is, the wiring diagrams you posted in page 1 make zero sense to me...and as i mentioned before, i'm useless (like a cub bear with mittens on) with a soldering iron...

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Originally posted by Jazz Ad

Keep the good work coming guys !
:thu:
I learnt a lot of things just browsing the thread.


I also cleant it up a bit to strictly remain on topic.

 

Cool thanks.

 

We can probably go ahead and move it to the FAQ section.

 

 

Anyone with questions not answered here can PM me.

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Originally posted by mlwarriner



problem is, the wiring diagrams you posted in page 1 make zero sense to me...and as i mentioned before, i'm useless (like a cub bear with mittens on) with a soldering iron...

 

 

If that's the case, then I'd recommend using a ready made crossover. Try it with the Avatar unit and see how it sounds.

 

You could ask your local guitar shop guy to assemble the parts for you.

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