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rlsakw
09-20-2003, 08:15 PM
I was hoping that someone in the group could shed a little more light on the 3107 crossover than what I've been able to find. I reseached on JBL's site, but there doesn't seem to be as much info on this crossover as some of their others. The 4350B lists the ohms above 250 hz as being 8 ohms, but was this crossover really designed for 8 ohm drivers?? I have a system that uses 1-2245 // 1-2220 // 1-2446 // 1-076 all 8 ohm drivers per side, currently crossed over by a full passive crossover. I was hoping to use a 3107 for the upper 3 drivers. Thanks in advance.


Rod

subwoof
09-20-2003, 08:35 PM
The 8 ohm spec above 250 was for the **cone** transducer # 2202....the smaller cousin to your 2220.

remember the 4350B is biamp only - the "highs" begin with the LM component.

Aside from the slight (?) gain mismatches, it would work....

sub



was hoping that someone in the group could shed a little more light on the 3107 crossover than what I've been able to find. I reseached on JBL's site, but there doesn't seem to be as much info on this crossover as some of their others. The 4350B lists the ohms above 250 hz as being 8 ohms, but was this crossover really designed for 8 ohm drivers?? I have a system that uses 1-2245 // 1-2220 // 1-2446 // 1-076 all 8 ohm drivers per side, currently crossed over by a full passive crossover. I was hoping to use a 3107 for the upper 3 drivers. Thanks in advance.

boputnam
09-20-2003, 09:15 PM
Originally posted by rlsakw
I was hoping that someone in the group could shed a little more light on the 3107 crossover than what I've been able to find. Make sure you exhaust the "Search" button, in all it's various syntax of "3107", and you may find much that way.