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DOD SR835 2-Way or 3-Way Crossover  

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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.

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An affordable solution for bi- or tri-amping your system.

The DOD SR835 2-Way or 3-Way Crossover is made for stereo 2-way or mono 3-way operation. Utilizes 3rd order (18dB per octave) state variable filters for accurate performance. The SR835 Crossover has mono summed LF output for a sub. The DOD SR835 provides simple, cost-effective signal splitting.

  • Stereo 2-way or mono 3-way operation
  • Utilizes 3rd order (18dB per octave) state variable filters for accurate performance
  • Mono summed LF output for a sub

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Comments about DOD SR835 2-Way or 3-Way Crossover:

Highly recommended.As an alternative/backup to my Altec 802 passive crossovers, I purchased this DOD crossover. BTW, $79 at Music123 was the best price anywhere. I thought I would be kind of "comme ci, comme ca", especially as I am a huge Altec vintage fan (the rest of the system is 60's vintage Altec gear: A7s and 809 horns).The DOD blows me away. Not only is it quiet, the adjustable crossover and hi and low frequency gains give me the ability tailor the system to the room. I, as an old passive, vintage kind of guy, thought it would be harsh sounding. The opposite is true; the system is so much more efficient, that it is actually cleaner (I am using a DC400 for the lows and a 1978 Kustom 60+60 rms for the highs).The Altec 802s may be the best passive crossover of the 60's, but I have been reborn as 90's, maybe even a 21st century audiophile, by this experience.Do keep a few ground lifts in your pocket first time out (I found I needed them to eliminate a ground loop hum) and know, unlike the old DOD stuff, this is a China import.Highly recommended.MustSail

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