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Start with a component set. They come with their own passive crossover. With individual mids and highs, you have to determine how you're going to filter out frequencies that dont belong to the respective driver, which is more in depth and requires more test and tune.

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4 hours ago, reedal said:

Start with a component set. They come with their own passive crossover. With individual mids and highs, you have to determine how you're going to filter out frequencies that dont belong to the respective driver, which is more in depth and requires more test and tune.

Ok I will start out small just to get the hang of things first, then I’ll move up to the more advanced stages.

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So I just got my car back out the shop. I’ve been running my 12” IDQ in a prefabricated sealed box due to the weather and a shortage of tools. My question is do you guys think I should build another sealed box or go ported? It will be running off a Kicker ZX750.1 max deminsions 20”width x 12.5” height x 14” depth

http://3D7E6FDC-56DE-4936-A48B-E28881061BE3_zps

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