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With my components the crossover has -3, 0 and +3 dB what do most people use? I will be right at the sets rms maybe a little over but not by much. 

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Start at 0.  If the tweeter is too much, go to -3.

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Your ears can tell you best.  Try all phase variations as well!

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Component speaker crossovers optimize car audio by directing specific frequencies to different speakers. There are passive and active types. Passive crossovers, using components like capacitors and inductors, are cost-effective and easy to install. Active crossovers, integrated into amplifiers, offer more precise tuning and minimize signal degradation. Both types enhance sound quality by ensuring each speaker receives the right frequencies for optimal performance.
 

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In the realm of component speaker crossovers, the importance of seamless connectivity cannot be overstated. Just as direct Macro scsi switches optimize data routing and management for SCSI devices, a well-designed crossover efficiently routes audio signals to different speaker components, ensuring optimal sound reproduction.

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