Posted 23 September 2013 - 08:37 AM
Remember that this passive network isn't a terribly steep slope and won't protect the HF driver (or sound very good) at high output levels. If you're using them in the shop, fine. But if you take them out to an a band through them, I'd highly recommend bi-amping them with an electronic crossover. This would require four channels of amplification, two for LF and two for HF.
I'll post the network schematic next if I have it.
literature attached. I've always thought these were very cool looking cabinets, nicely portable. XLR for a speaker input, ok whatever Klipsch. At least it's locking and heavy duty. Personally I'd retrofit those the NL4's usually theyre the same panel mount size. From the reading on the spec sheet sound like the network is set up at 650 Hz (probably just first or second order - 6 or 12 db/octave slope). Most likely one of the plugs on the network should be marked INPUT, which is from your amp, probably the top one. The other should be the crossed-over output to the LF cabinet.
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