MemberJune 21, 2020 at 7:53 pm
I see, I think ultimately for me, two mono boards would be better to avoid extra cables because my desk is already cluttered and I prefer the aesthetic. Since my last post, I’ve switched my woofer to a 6 & 1/2 inch Classic Dayton Audio Woofer in order to make a cleaner frequency line with my crossover. My woofer is now 50 W for RMS and 100 W for its max. My tweeter remains at 20 W, which makes for an amplifier around 70/120 W. I was looking at amps on Parts Express, and the best I could find within that range was this. It appears to be a 100 W amp, which falls within my range. This is a mono board; however, it says it includes a DSP within. Does this mean I would no longer have a use for a crossover? Also, just to confirm, an amp such as this one would have at least two ports to attach a woofer and tweeter to right?