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| Originally posted by jllphan@Jan 7 2005, 07:23 AM |
You could use the existing wiring, but you would then be using the oem crossover that would probably rob your mid of some upper frequencies that are normally rerouted to the that mid in the door. Probably would be fine.
Unless you are gonna replace your oem deck with an aftermarket unit, this is the only way you could bypass the oem crossover, as I'm almost positive the crossover for all channels is in the oem amp that would need to be bypassed.
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