3. There is a button on some crossovers: X10 button, please be careful not to press it randomly.
For example, if our crossover point is adjusted to 200Hz, pressing this button 200 X 10 will become 2000Hz, so unless it is necessary, generally do not press this button.
4. Some crossover rear panels have a bass mode option, which can synthesize two stereo signals into one output, which can reduce the sound interference between low speakers.
You can use it appropriately. Of course, if the bass crossover point is higher, then the sound from the subwoofer will have a certain degree of directivity. At this time, it should work better in the state of 2 stereo signals.
5. Stereo working mode and mono working mode: At present, most of the crossovers we use are divided by two. Considering flexibility and versatility, the rear panel of these crossovers generally has a stereo and mono Working mode switch.
If this switch is placed in mono working mode, then this crossover will change from a dual-channel 2-way crossover to a single-channel 3-way crossover.
Therefore, unless necessary, do not easily switch this working switch, otherwise the frequency signal output by the signal output port behind the crossover will be very different! The lighter ones deteriorate the sound quality, the more serious ones can damage the equipment!