Help with crossover program????????

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I'm in the process of building my new 3 way system up front, and i'd like to build a set of custom passives,just because it's cheaper and easier for me than to go all out active. I am currently running 6.5's in the doors and 5.25s/tweets in the kick of my accord. I may switch the door spks to 8's(if i can fit them)....I need to know how/where to get use of a program like LEAP or leap itself to help me nuild the passives i want. A couple things i really want to make sure of are these:

1.Midbass to be set for bandpass so the x-over point is low enough, but won't roll off high enough to muddie the midrange.

2.Be biampable..i want to use a 4 channel amp to get more control of the setup to really fine-tune it best i can.

Those are the main ingredients...Any help would be great!!!!!!!!Sorry its so long!

 
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