For some reason I've had some troubles lately with my sound. Specifically the rear channels. Since when I go around bumps and stuff it gets worse, I think it has to do with the wiring. Now, I am going to clean up the wiring and everything else in a couple months (when I have money to put the amps in a false floor and the box gets to "fill up the rear"), but for now I have had to simply cut out the rear speakers (db6500).
I have heard from a few of you that going active will really improve the sound, so I would finally like to try while I wait. Who knows, maybe I"ll end up installing my other amp just to have rear speakers.
The front speakers that I want to do this with are some Alpine SPX-177r. They're old, but they do sound good. Probably nothing compared to SR6500's, but those should come later. :)
The amp is an Eclipse XA4000. I think the specs are like 125x4 @ 4ohm RMS.
So, what do I do? Do I just plug in the front output to the tweeters, and the rear output to the woofers? Ditch the crossovers?
My crossovers have an input for tweeter and woofer I think, so maybe I keep using them? I don't know... but any info will be greatly appreciated.