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Not sure what you mean? Was not attempting to talk out my arse.
Which part is new to you?
Passive Crossover for car audio seperates sometimes let the woofer roll off naturally rather than electrically (inductor and cap etc). They will almost always have some sort of passive component to protect the tweeter. At the very least a cap to roll the tweets off keeping the bass out of them that will destroy them.
If it was the last section regarding protecting the woofer, As I don't know your listening habits or music preference I felt it necessary to at least let you know that there is no electrical protection in passive crossovers for two way systems for the woofers. So they get fed 20 hertz to where they are either crossed over at (usually 2-4k) or left to roll off naturally. So if you play your music WFO and its bass heavy with the bass boost on the head unit maxed, be prepared for the eventuality of replacing your woofers. Have seen to many people blow their woofs that way. Most likely a door mounting so there is no enclosure compliance protecting that speaker.
If the above on both counts was not what you were questioning, let me know and I will try to explain further.
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