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I upgrading my 7 speaker infinity audio system. To


Pioneer deh-6200bt head unit

front out to factory amp feeding dash speakers

rear out to 4 x 80w amp feeding tweeters and door bass peakers

sub out to 300 x 1 amp feeding 13" JL sub


So do I use the amps x over or run full out and use the tweeters x over also to make this work I will have to split the rear speaker out to feed amp the 4 channels. Is this ok to do?
 

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The door speakers are front, why are you feeding rear signal to it?


The rest of you post not clear.

Because I'm eliminating the rear door speakers and the front outputs are needed to feed the dash speakers. I used a y adapter for the 4 channel amp feeding the front door and tweeters and it seems to be working fine. Also I looked at the amps x over and it's high pass stops at 1.2 so it looks like in need to stick with the tweeter x over.
 

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You can do the active approach with an amp channel to each speaker. Utilyzing the passive crossover to protect the tweeters. You do lose the low pass on the door woofers though so you might get some breakup and beaming,


You could use the 4 channel amp bridged to two channel mode and run passively to your front speakers,
 
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