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I'm going to be putting these in the front doors of a '02 explorer. I'll be running them off of a 1100.4. With a ft1 in each a-pillar. Can the 10" and 6.5's share the same "airspace" in the door, or should they be isolated from each other.
Also, a little help with what my wiring options would be. 1-10" 4 ohm, and 1 or 2 6.5.s 4 ohm per door, and an ft1 on each pillar. How would you wire these to the amp. Could the ft1's be run off the deck power with the passive crossovers crescendo offers, and everything thing else be active?
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Channels 1 & 2 run the 10's off of.
Channels 3 & 4 run the 6's off of. (2 or 4 of them is fine)
Run the tweeters off the deck using the passive crossover we sell.

With the tweeters that high up, deck power will make them loud enough to keep up for sure. When you upgrade you can switch them to amp power.

If at anytime you wanna add more speakers to the doors or rear door if you have a 4 door truck, you can get another c1100.4 and add the tweeters and new mids to that. Then you could have the whole truck running active off the amps onboard crossovers and have a sweet sounding ride. Thats pretty loud also.
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Thank you. So, channel 1 could be drivers door 10", channel 2 could be pass. door 10". Both channels at 4 ohms.
Channel 3 could be drivers door 6.5 at 4 ohms, or 2 of them at 2 ohms. Channel 4 would be the same for the pass. door. I think I got it right?

Do I need to worry about crossing over the 10's a little lower than the 6.5's without isolating them from each other? I was thinking along the lines of 70hz on the 10's and maybe 100hz or so on the 6.5's? I guess what I'm trying to ask is will they "interfere" with each other if they have different min./max crossover settings.
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Thank you. So, channel 1 could be drivers door 10", channel 2 could be pass. door 10". Both channels at 4 ohms.
Channel 3 could be drivers door 6.5 at 4 ohms, or 2 of them at 2 ohms. Channel 4 would be the same for the pass. door. I think I got it right?

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Do I need to worry about crossing over the 10's a little lower than the 6.5's without isolating them from each other? I was thinking along the lines of 70hz on the 10's and maybe 100hz or so on the 6.5's? I guess what I'm trying to ask is will they "interfere" with each other if they have different min./max crossover settings.


In a perfect senerio, you would want to seperate the 6.5's from the 10's as you describe, but that is not always feasable.
If you can not seperate them, running them as described will work.
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