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    Default MMC650 coaxials - disconnected tweeter?

    As these speakers have outboard crossovers, what ohm resistance would the amp see if I just wired straight into the woofer, totally ignoring the tweeter? These are rear fills, so this would be a much simpler solution than getting an active crossover to add a 6db/octave low pass at 7Khz. Although...might not sound as good with the woofer running freely from 80hz on up, naturally rolling off the highs at a frequency I don't know about? :P
    1991 Nissan Skyline GT-R, Nismo Omori/Momo interior and Polk/Momo stereo (C300.2/C400.4/MMC6500/MMC650/MM2104DVCx2, and Sony BT5000 bluetooth head unit)

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