Dear all,

In a 2 way or 3 way, we combine two drivers with different sensitivities & different impedance.

In such case, how to find out the resultant sensitivity and impedance of the overall speaker?

Does it have to do anything with the crossover?

For example, lets say, I build a 2 way with the following drivers:

1. Full range driver with

2. Sub driver with

What will be the final sensitivity and impedance of the overall speaker?

Any suggestions or formulae please ....

(I am aware that impedance changes with parallel/series connections, but not sure about sensitivity)

Regards,

Naveen

In a 2 way or 3 way, we combine two drivers with different sensitivities & different impedance.

In such case, how to find out the resultant sensitivity and impedance of the overall speaker?

Does it have to do anything with the crossover?

For example, lets say, I build a 2 way with the following drivers:

1. Full range driver with

**97dB sensitivity and 8 Ohms impedance**.2. Sub driver with

**89 dB sensitivity and 4 Ohms impedance**.What will be the final sensitivity and impedance of the overall speaker?

Any suggestions or formulae please ....

(I am aware that impedance changes with parallel/series connections, but not sure about sensitivity)

Regards,

Naveen