Re: bi-amping and xover questions - please help
If it is SQ that you are after, the best thing you can do is get rid of one set of the components. The differing responses of the two sets are causing phasing issues and cancellation problems leading to really ragged response.
Most reputable speaker manufaturers build passive crossovers that smooth the impedance curve of the respective drivers in the system which is something the active crossover can't do. As a result the output of the passively crossed system is better balanced across the frequency range of the system and reduces the need for a lot of equalization to get a decent sound.
My suggestion would be to ditch one set of the comps and either replace the 300/4 with a 300/2 or bridge each set of channels of the 300/4 to run each side of the comps set of your choice. The result will be better sound AND you won't lose any noticable output.
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