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Default crossover to run active with ft1's and pwx's

So I got 4 pwx's 8 ohm 6.5 and 2 ft1's 4 ohm. My Amps don't have a good enough crossover to run these properly. So looking for advice as to how to run this setup correctly. I wanna bandpass the 6.5 from 100 hz to 600 hz I think is what crescendo reccomends and then the ft1's at 6k hz up. Any reccomendations would be great
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why do u wanna cross them @6,000hz
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Sorry just looked at their website wanna bandpass the pwx's at 83-5600 hz and highpass the ft1's at 3800 hz
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So I got 4 pwx's 8 ohm 6.5 and 2 ft1's 4 ohm. My Amps don't have a good enough crossover to run these properly. So looking for advice as to how to run this setup correctly. I wanna bandpass the 6.5 from 100 hz to 600 hz I think is what crescendo reccomends and then the ft1's at 6k hz up. Any reccomendations would be great
my guess is ur crossing the mids @ 6k? i would cross the mids @ 5600 and use the crescendo crossover
http://store.crescendoaudio.com/tweetercrossovers/
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Would rather find an electronic crossover I think a three channel will do what I need I just looking for one that will bandpass the pwx's which I can't seem to find
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he said to run active. so my guess is his looking for a external crossover with a low pass can go up to 5500-6000hz.
he beat me to it.
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Lanzar vibex5 any good ? Cause audiocontoll to expensive only one I could find one that does bandpass that high
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I got my XEC-700 for $30 if that helps.

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Need a pair
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You only need on crossover like the ones posted. Crossover takes the hu signal filters it then send tothe amp. Set your amp crossover to full or off and ur good check craigslist. I got a dope crossfire for $15 from a guy.
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