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    xover

    i understand the func of an xover but i have the pg xenon x6.5s and it says a 24db acoustic xover.....it has no xover dial like an amp.....i pulled it apart and i say the phase switch, the a-pillar switch, and the hp for the tweet which is either boost or flat....i probly want flat. but i see no xover dial...am i supposed to? can someone please explain?



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    Front Comps: PG Xenon x6.5
    Front Comp Amp: Kenwood Kac 7252
    Sub: PG Xenon 12D2
    Sub Amp: PG Xenon x600.1

    probly hittin low DBs in my chevy extended cab.
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    Re: xover

    Pics?



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    Re: xover

    Passive crossovers do not [typically] have variable crossover frequencies. That is one of the downsides of passive crossovers; their crossover frequency is fixed. So no, there is no dial to adjust the crossover frequency like you find on an amp. The crossover on your amp would be an active crossover, not a passive crossover like what came with your component set.


    There are some passive crossovers that have selectable crossover frequencies; but those are more complicated and expensive to build/design; so they are typically only found on higher end components.




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    Re: xover

    alright, i can live with that.



    HU: Alpine 9830
    Front Comps: PG Xenon x6.5
    Front Comp Amp: Kenwood Kac 7252
    Sub: PG Xenon 12D2
    Sub Amp: PG Xenon x600.1

    probly hittin low DBs in my chevy extended cab.
    The Rado

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    Re: xover

    Can you not get them to sound right or something?




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    Re: xover

    no, i was just wondering....i cant even get my amp to quit blowing fuses long enough to adjust any settings.



    HU: Alpine 9830
    Front Comps: PG Xenon x6.5
    Front Comp Amp: Kenwood Kac 7252
    Sub: PG Xenon 12D2
    Sub Amp: PG Xenon x600.1

    probly hittin low DBs in my chevy extended cab.
    The Rado

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    Re: xover

    Recheck all your wiring. Do you have a fuse under the hood.




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