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  1. I would think you would set your gains properly and not use those as a volume control. Just use the gain to match the output of the radio. The active crossover you use should have a level control on it that you can use to set the level of output on your tweeters. So, if you want less output from your tweeters than midrange, then you can turn down the level of the tweeter channels with the crossover.
  2. I have been looking at enclosure design and am still not sure what I want to do. I am familiar with a typical bass reflex enclosure design. I have noticed the JL Audio HO enclosure, though, and wonder how that slight tweak affects things. Does it change the way the box is tuned by porting across the cone of the sub, or is it smoke and mirrors? Would a box like this perform just the same as one with exact internal net volume, and port specs, just with the sub mounted on a flat face?
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