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    Icon32 Do i need a electronic crossover?

    I have 2 12" Punch HE2, pushing them with a Punch 500a2. Using a Soundstream Rubicon 204 pushing my front 4" Blaupunkt (blue ones, just installed it), Rear 5 1/4" Pioneers and R19 Kicker Tweeters.
    Using 150hz bass blockers for the rear and 600hz for the Blaupunkt. I have a Profile Electronic crossover, sub input and front input. Has High,mid,sub full outputs.
    I just installed it, all i hear is HIGHS!!!
    Plus my head unit, is a Panasonic 601U,
    i turn it all the way up (40), its loud but before installed a 4-channel amp, usually on 20-25 its already loud just using the head unit to pus the speakers.

    So the question is, do i need the electronic crossover or i have to adjust them, but i'm thinking just taking it out because i dunno whats wrong.... also so much wires all over the place

    any suggestions?!?!?!







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    now which speakers are you just hearing highs from? just subs or everything?
    it sounds like you have a rca connected to the wrong input somewhere in there so going through there and looking at the connections wouldnt hurt

    you dont neccesarily need a crossover buy they can come in handy when fine tuning the crossover points for multiple componets such as are in your system



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