Question about Car Audio & Video
A standard cross-over is pretty straight forward.
You have your L (+) L(-) and your R (+) and R (-) you connect your (+)'s both to the correct channel. but as far as the (-)'s go switch the channels. so the order should be L (+) R(-) ;;; R(+) L(-) .. This is a cross-over connection. Hope this helps
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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