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Crutchfield Bass Blockers

Pair of inline high-pass filters (5000 Hz cut-off) for tweeters

Item # 007BB5000

Protect your new tweeters from bass distortion and enjoy cleaner sound with Crutchfield's Bass Blockers.

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About the Crutchfield Bass Blockers

Eliminate bass distortion in your tweeters

Protect your new tweeters from bass distortion and enjoy cleaner sound with Crutchfield's Bass Blockers. Each Bass Blocker handles up to 50 watts RMS with a 6 dB per octave roll-off.

Eliminate bass distortion in your tweeters

Protect your new tweeters from bass distortion and enjoy cleaner sound with Crutchfield's Bass Blockers. Each Bass Blocker handles up to 50 watts RMS with a 6 dB per octave roll-off.

The listed cut-off points are at 4 ohms. If you use 8-ohm tweeters, the cut-off point is half the listed frequency. If you use 2-ohm tweeters, the cut-off point is double the listed frequency.

Note: You can connect these Bass Blockers in either direction, as the built-in capacitors are not polarized.

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  • pair of inline high-pass filters
  • handle up to 50 watts RMS
  • 5000 Hz cut-off (6 dB per octave roll-off)
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # BASS-8
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What's in the box:

  • Two 5000Hz bass blockers (attached 6" speaker wires on both ends)

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Features

Bass Blockers: Bass Blockers stop speaker distortion caused by excessive bass relative to a speaker's bass output capability. They are especially useful with small diameter speakers and tweeters.

Notes:
  • Available with a 150, 300, 600, or 5000Hz cut-off frequency (the roll-off rate is 6dB/octave for each bass blocker.
  • Sold in pairs.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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For my car [ Broderick  Mar 16, 2019 ]
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It was recommended by Jess. [ LEE H  Feb 18, 2019 ]
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the toyota sequoia 2003-2007 with JBL premium system has separate wire sets driving front front tweeters ,mids and woofers. when bypassing factory amp (in my case using a new component amp and eq/line driver) these will cut any unnecessary lower frequency's that would otherwise diminish sound quality. great thing is i didn't have to search for them because crutchfield has done the research for you and automatically is an available option with the components i chose. gotta love this company . [ James  Feb 12, 2019 ]
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installing tweeters and needed inexpensive filtering [ Theodore  Jan 30, 2019 ]
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convenience ease of use [ Binh  Jan 25, 2019 ]
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My 3.5 inch dash speakers can't handle the bass, while my mids aren't receiving enough bass. [ Alan  Jan 22, 2019 ]
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Dexter told me to. [ sadie  Jan 16, 2019 ]
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To replace my blown network crossovers for my tweeter. [ Craig  Jan 13, 2019 ]
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I have a pair of Polk Audio tweeters from a old DXI6500 component set that I am going to use in A pillar of my truck. [ RODNEY  Jan 02, 2019 ]
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Again, I was advised to order it. I hope the installation instructions will detail how these are to be connected. [ John  Dec 23, 2018 ]
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Need them [ Richard  Dec 23, 2018 ]
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My new car stereo required it and was part of the installation kit [ David  Dec 15, 2018 ]
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Recommended by advisor Tom [ ANDREW  Nov 25, 2018 ]
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Recommend by your website [ Daniel and Heat  Oct 18, 2018 ]
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To connect my tweeters to my existing speakers without them getting damaged [ Diomedes  Oct 16, 2018 ]
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Protect my speakers [ BRIAN  Oct 02, 2018 ]
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Dodge Infinity system amp bypass requires these bass blockers to feed only the highs to the factory Infinity system tweeters [ Jim D  Aug 17, 2018 ]
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Added one to left side of my three way set up and I love what it did to calm the tweeter down. [ SHAWN  Jul 20, 2018 ]
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Improve sound [ Bryan  Jul 04, 2018 ]
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I want crisp sound from my tweeters and Crutchfield is trusted [ Darell  Mar 27, 2018 ]
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Comes w/ the installing kit. [ pierre  Mar 25, 2018 ]
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I ONLY WANT THE TWEETERS TO TWEET. IF I DON'T INSTALL THE BLOCKERS THERE WILL BE DISTORTION. [ William  Mar 15, 2018 ]
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picked these up because bass blockers that came with the speakers failed the block the lower frequencies and i would like a clearer vocal range so im blocking out the bass from my front deck 3 1/2 speakers [ Joseph  Jan 06, 2018 ]
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Perfect frequency for my set up [ SHAWN  Jan 06, 2018 ]
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Want to install tweeters in my Chevy truck [ Mary  Dec 30, 2017 ]
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Perfect frequency cut off for my tweeters [ SHAWN  Dec 09, 2017 ]
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I have some older stock tweeters that share a signal with the stock woofers. I'm replacing the woofers but not the tweeters (for various reasons) but the bass blockers will help them keep sound quality at higher volumes. [ Stuart  Nov 25, 2017 ]
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Because Paul, my cust. service rep. suggested them for what I was trying to do. Paul had A LOT of patents with me. I wanted to try and save my factory speakers from the Aftermarket headunit I am putting in. He let me know that what I need to do is replace my speakers (for the best), but I did not want to do that yet and I know I would not be able to afford nor pick out the speakers I would want yet. [ Jim  Oct 30, 2017 ]
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As I'm a novice, I purchased these to help protect my tweeters against low frequencies. [ Bobby  Oct 18, 2017 ]
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Previous 1 inch tweeters I used had bass blocker at 2800hz. Current smaller 3/4 inch tweeters recommend 4500-5000hz cut off, so decided to try these. [ John  Oct 15, 2017 ]
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i need them [ Victor  Sep 29, 2017 ]
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What would the frequency cut off be on a 2 ohm (metered at 2.5 ohm) JBL tweeter?
[ Charles  Jun 11, 2018 ]
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If you use 2-ohm tweeters, the cut-off point doubles; making it 10,000 Hz instead of 5,000. For more details or to discuss further, please contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. Thanks!
[ Larry  Jun 19, 2018 ]  Staff

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