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By A. P. (bigdad) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 11:21 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
When I installed my stereo in my boat last year I didnít thinking of adding a crossover or equalizer in my boat because my amps had built in crossovers. I run all PPI amps so I figured it would be ok. But now Iím wondering if Iím missing out on the benefits of a crossover or equalizer. So what do you think, should I get one and if so does anyone have any recommendations?

I have three amps. One for the interior boat speakers, one for the tower speakers and one for the sub.

 
By Matt O'Dea (mattman5000) on Wednesday, March 31, 2004 - 11:57 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
You shouldn't need a crossover. You already have an amp and crossover dedicated to each set of speakers. Unless you wanted to use an external crossover instead of the built-in crossovers. I use an external mounted under the dash so I can adjust the volume levels of the tower speakers and subs independently on the fly.
 
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