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Old 09-14-2002, 06:51 PM   #1
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Question Crossfire crossover, amps

I'm trying to upgrade my system with parts I have. A few questions:

I have a Crossfire CX2L crossover, Crossfire TEK 35.2 amp and TEK 50.4 amp. All three of these have speaker level inputs. Will any of these take the input from the HK headunit? I can't find anywhere if these are the "dynamic" speaker level inputs.

What are the speaker out wire color codes for the stock HK headunit? Where is the best place to tap into these (at the HU, before the stock amp)?

I have a single RF Punch 10" sub. Where is the best place to put it? I have a sealed box (Q-logic) that I can put in the trunk and cut out the ski-hole, but will it fit in the HK location? Should I get a second RF 10" and replace both rear speakers (6x9's right?) with them?

Where can I tap into the "to-the-speaker" wires. After I install my Eclipse 8062 components in the doors, where can I tap into the wiring harness to connect the speakers to the amp?

Thanks in advance.
Tom
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Old 09-14-2002, 11:30 PM   #2
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OK, I think I need a Ven4 to attach to the headunit to convert differential to RCA preout. Does anyone know if the Soundgate LOCB is the same thing?
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