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    wiring 3 speakers upfront with dual imput on one.

    k, so my head unit is a 9886 so i have 3 rca outputs, sub, front, and rear. i have mb quartz speakers... gf stole the focals...

    i have

    2 rears, dual imput
    2 lows in the doors
    2 mids in the doors, dual imput
    2 tweeters in the doors.

    so for the rear with the dual imput i need a crossover to tap the low and high in the speaker. no prob.

    the low in the door and the tweet in the door need a cross over... still simple.

    but how do i go about wiring up the mid in the door with the dual imput?
    6 channel amp with a y rca to run the other output to the mids with a crossover? or is there a crossover that will allow me to split the way i want. i'm ready to just scratch the mid in the door cause this is a head ache.







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    Re: wiring 3 speakers upfront with dual imput on one.

    For the mids you will need to either cap and coil it (create a bandpass filter) or set the highpass on the amp and then create a lowpass filter to cutoff the frequency around 2k (thus creating a bandpass filter but using the amps crossover for one side) OR.....get a set of crossovers and just use the woofer output.



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