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    Default What to do with inline crossovers?

    I got some new MMC 650's and they come with inline crossovers. I hooked them up to my speakers and hooked the crossovers to the wiring and then just threw them behind the door panel because I didn't know what to do with them. What are they used for? How are you supposed to set them up? and is just throwing them behind the door panel a bad thing?

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    You will probably get more help if you post here:
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    And Welcome to Club Polk:)
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