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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, actually those 600c's do have a crossover. It's encapsulated in the wiring you got with the components. Your head unit or amp speaker outputs connect directly to the woofers. The inline crossovers have a 12" wire on one end and a 22" wire on the other end. Connect the 22" side to the 2nd set of terminals on the woofers, and the 12" side to your tweeters, keeping all of the positives and negatives straight.
Here's an image of the connections.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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On most aftermarket stereos there will be a sticker on the bottom that will explain the wire colors and what they are. If the mounting sleeve is still on it you will have to remove it to see what I am talking about. The three main wires that you need to worry about are:
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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