Re: Question about crossovers
well generally the amps crossovers are not sufficient to run a set of components... it needs to be able to set both a high and a low range for the midwoofer... the easiest way for you to accomplish an install would be to buy a set of component speakers that include passive crossovers....
Originally Posted by technz
If you are doing just a subwoofer you don't need a crossover... you can use either you head unit if capable or your amp to limit the frequencies that your sub receives...
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