Could you plesae turn off the caps lock key? Thanks.
Ok, now let's talk turkey here.
There are two forms of bi-amplification, passive and active. You've gone the passive route.
You need some mechanism to split the signals, which you've already addressed (the Y connector).
Since the Veritas is capable of tri-wiring and tri-amping, there should be jumpers going between the bass/mid and the mid/tweeter. Remove the jumper between the Bass and Mid binding posts. Leave the jumper between the mid/tweeter binding posts.
Take one amplifier output to the bass input. Take the other amplifier output to the mid input. The crossovers will take care of the dirty work.
The Bass is input is a low pass filter, so only frequencies that belong
will be applied there. The Mid is a "band pass" filter, allowing the frequencies above the Bass crossover and below the Tweeter crossover to be applied to the speaker. The Tweeter crossover is a high-pass filter.
If you hook up the way I recommended you should be just fine.
Hope this was clear enough for you.
You remove the jumper between the bass
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