Are these active or passive crossovers? I'm assuming active due to the bass-boost potential. I honestly don't find anything wrong with them, though the bass might get a bit muddy from being over-emphasized.
tuan just told me it would work better if you run them inline like I wanted to but have the first one with the bass boost feature off for a steaper filter then turn the bass boost on on the second electronic crossover. I have to admit it makes sense.
it doesn't matter...It is the same signal that reaches the amp...just a little comparison...
It's like having two donuts (2 crossovers)...both with sprinkles (bass boost)...remove the sprinkles from the first donut and your left with 1 donut with sprinkles and 1 without...OR... remove the sprinkles from the other donut and leave them on the first...your end result is still 1 donut with sprinkles and 1 donut without...the same result as the first situation
As long as the db/oct is the same with the 2 crossovers as well as the frequency of the bass boost, it doesn't matter.
unfortunately, I don't have 2 crossovers anymore...they just listed on ebay. I had two audiocontrol digital crossovers (DXS)...and a kicker kx3...I'm selling all 3 to get the new Audiocontrol DQXS...6 channel 24 db/oct crossover and 6 channel equalizer (seperate eq for every 2 channels.