Both are only in 8 ohm versions.
So the first question , a passive crossover , I was thinking along the lines of 40hz HPF and 200hz LPF.
so wiring the speakers in parallel that would give a 4 ohm load , correct ?..
so what about a two way crossover 200hz HPF and 1.9khz HPF ?
As all three units are 8ohm , how would these be wired to give a total load impeadence of both tops and subs of 8ohm ( everything running off one amp) , of have I got this wrong ?
am I making ant sense?
Not nice running passive between bas and mid top. The componants would need to be very big in the power handling dept, ergo not cost effective.
Two amps, or a three or four channel one and an active crossover.
Maybe a little lower than 200hz as well. Tony Wilkes will advise
+1 on running active crossover between bass / mids. You could get away with a single amp if run in mono, 2 bass drivers in parallel at 4ohms, mid highs (passive) in parallel also at 4 ohms. An investment in a berry ultradrive active crossover now would give you so much more functionality for hi / lo pass filters, eq, limiters and delays.