Let's say I matched the number value for impedance all around with a 3 way crossover and 3 speakers. So, one 4 ohm woofer, one 4 ohm mid range, and one 4 ohm tweeter all wired to a 4 ohm 3 way crossover. Will that act as 3 speakers wired in parallel and produce a load of 2 ohms on the input for the crossover?

My actual intentions are to wire two 8 ohm woofers in parallel, two 8 ohm mids in parallel, and two 8 ohm tweeters in parallel to a single 3 way crossover. Will that result in a 4 ohm or 1.3 repeating ohm load on the input of the crossover?

I already have the six 8 ohm speakers, I need a crossover and my radio is 4 ohms.

I know I can use everything as is because ohm ratings are a minimum so the 8 ohm speakers won't damage my radio. But, I'm using a car stereo and a pc power supply as my radio so I only have 50 watts per channel that I want to make the best of. The 8 ohm speakers I have are low power/quality and this radio should be plenty for them even if they're all all wired up in parallel.

Any help will be very much appreciated!