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Paradigm X-30 as high pass filter

Wondering if I can use Paradigm X-30 crossover as high pass filter for my 2 small subs with 10" drivers which I am planning to use as mid bass modules in near field location to augment my two 18" subs upfront. X-30 has LFE input & 2 sub outputs as well as L/R high pass outputs at 50hz, 80hz & 120hz. Should I just connect the LFE in on X-30 from one sub output of AS-EQ1 & use L/R high pass output at 50hz on X-30 to each small sub?
Other option I am considering is to buy Harrison F-MOD 50hz inline high pass filters but I figured the Paradigm is a higher quality unit & I already have it so why not put it to use.
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Another question I have is how do I setup the 18" subs to run from 50hz down so that they don't compete with smaller subs to reproduce material over 50hz. My 18" subs are connected to Crown amps using ED eq.2 as a control unit. How do I setup the subwoofer crossover in my receiver so that it does not interact with LPF setting of 50hz in my ED unit?
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