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    Hi All,

    Don't know anything about these blockers and was wondering if they work . I currently have a 12" sub with 200 w amp for bass and a RF 50x4 taking care of POlk 5x7 3 ways in the rear and Pioneer 6-1/2" 3 ways in the front. I have disconnected the stock tweeters in the dash. would bass blockers do any good here and what can I expect from them. If they would work would you put them on front and rear or just front. Thx

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    Use the high pass filter on the amplifier. Bass blockers are only needed if you have no crossover to cut the bass.

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