Help with crossovers for midrange speakers
Will be running 6 midrange speakers and 2 super tweeters. The supertweeters are going to have bass blockers up to 4khz. Then I want the midrange speakers to be crossed between 200 or 300-4khzish. I found both of these crossovers and was just seeing if using them would do what I needed. My 4 channel amp doen't have enough crossovers and since the tweeters and 2 of the midrange are going to be on the rear channels of the amp I need something to seperate what frequencies they should see, but figured using these crossovers on the mids and bass blockers on the tweets would allow them to work properly. People are saying I should just go with 4 mids off two channels and the tweets off the other, but I really want to use them all since I have them and don't know why these crossovers wouldnt do what I needed. And I would need to get 6 of whatever one I chose for each speaker correct?
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