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    How would an active crossover be an advantage for this system?

    Kenwood eXcelon KDC-X791
    Phoenix Gold RSd65cs 6-1/2" 120W Component Speaker System
    Profile AP1000 1000W 2 CH Amplifier (2 ohm Max Rating)
    2x Kicker CompVT 12" 2-Ohm Subwoofers
    Hifonics TitanTxi1008D Class D Mono Amplifier
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    JL Audio Dual Amplifier 4gauge Wiring Kit
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    Any recommendations on one and how would I wire it?







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    Re: How would an active crossover be an advantage for this system?

    Can't go active unless you plan on buying another amp for starters. You need 4 channels to run the front speakers. I do not know what the abilities of the Kenwood. If it does not have atleast a 2-way x-over built-in and some EQ ability you are going to need some external processing or a new HU.

    I say two way meaning it will do high and mid. Then you would have to use your sub amp x-over it has one built in. You need to lots of research and reading before you even think about going active.



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