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Old 24th August 2013, 06:06 AM   #1
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Default Need help with install. Help with clarification

Hello and thx!!
I have a 2012 yukon and installing new door speakers and subs with a 4 channel amp to run door speakers and 2 channel amp for subs.
My plan is to use a jl cleansweep in addition to the above.
From what I understand... In order to also keep use of tweeters in a pillars and d pillars I also need passive crossovers for those.
So I would wire into passive crossovers from the factory sub... Then wire tweeters directly from tweeter outputs on passive crossover,,, and woofer outputs from passive crossover into the cleansweep. I would do this for both fronts and both rears.
OR
Do I do an inline crossover after the amp I am adding for the door speakers???

Next question is about amp for subs.
I want to keep the factory sub under Ctr console as well.... So can I just splice into wiring after leaves factory amp before enters factory sub????

Any and all help much appreciated!!
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