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    Passive crossovers for Quarts

    I just purchased a set of MB Quart RCE 116s and don't seem to have room in the doors of my Mazda 3 for the gigantic passive crossovers. There's plenty of room on the amp rack in the trunk but I'm not sure were to run the extra wire into the door since there will now be two sets of wires for each door.







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    Re: Passive crossovers for Quarts

    There should be a rubber boot that leads from under the dash into the door. Run it through that.




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