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debating between active and passive crossover

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here is my set up infinity kappa 60.11cs front, kappa 6x9, alpine pdx-v9, and an alpine sub. was debating about whether or not to run the 60.11cs active on the amp or to run them passive using the crossovers that came with the speakers, and powering the back speakers also. what would you recommend?

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here is my set up infinity kappa 60.11cs front, kappa 6x9, alpine pdx-v9, and an alpine sub. was debating about whether or not to run the 60.11cs active on the amp or to run them passive using the crossovers that came with the speakers, and powering the back speakers also. what would you recommend?

 

If active is setup properly you’ll get better sound ..especially if you ditch the 6x9s..

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If active is setup properly you’ll get better sound ..especially if you ditch the 6x9s..

 

^^this, all day err day^^

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Nothing wrong with a 6x9 if they are quality. That’s **** near a 8in. Just need a tweeter, wide band, mid range that can play low enough

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Nothing wrong with a 6x9 if they are quality. That’s **** near a 8in. Just need a tweeter, wide band, mid range that can play low enough

 

im betting he was talking about going with front stage only

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im betting he was talking about going with front stage only

 

That’s what I was talking about. 6x9 can be a killer mid bass

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That’s what I was talking about. 6x9 can be a killer mid bass

 

for sure, that much cone area can move some air! can he fit them up there is the big question

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