Re: How to wire Boston Pro60's
Ehhh...I'd run them with the supplied passive crossovers, and bridge the amp. The BA Pro60 set can take 300W/side, and they really don't sound that loud until you feed them more than 150w/side.
Going active you do NOT want 150W going to your tweeters with nothing in between. If you are bi-wiring, you then lose the extra 3 db of output while not really gaining anyting on SQ. I just don't see what's to be gained bi-wiring them. You have tweeter attenuation selection in the crossovers, and you will be losing a bit of headroom in the trade.
HOWEVER....the Pros are rated 3 ohm. I don't know if the amp you are looking at will be stable at 3 ohm bridged... For the purpose of amp stability, you might HAVE TO bi-wire if the amp won't support the impedance load. I'm not familiar with the PDX Alpine's load capabilities.
The Top 50% of income earners pay 96.54% of All Income Taxes. The Top 1% Pay More Than a Third:34.27%...so, the next time you hear about "tax cuts for the rich", remember...those are practically the only people paying taxes.