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wizwrath 
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Hi,

Please help me instructing me how to hook up these Kenwood Separates (KFC-P306), I can assume that since the tweeters have the built in resistors (to block the Lows) that I can just go ahead and wire both the mids and tweeters on the same line directly from the deck (aftermarket)?

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Posted: February 19, 2012 at 9:19 AM / IP Logged  
They aren't resisters but yes, it looks like the tweeter has an in-line crossover.  Wire the woofer and tweeter (with Xover) in parallel.  There is no crossover for the woofer in this set?
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Hey Dyohn,

No sir it didnt have anything else (I got it used with other stereo items), should I not use it then?

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Posted: February 19, 2012 at 12:22 PM / IP Logged  
I just looked this set up and the woofer didn't come with a Xover network, just the tweeter.  So connect them in parallel to your amp and go for it.  https://inform3.kenwoodusa.com/manuals/kfc-p306.pdf
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On the tweeter, the 2 components encased in the heat shrink tubing are VITAL to the longevity of your tweeters.  You must keep these components in the equation.

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Thanks Dyohn and iam a idiot (hey, your not a idiot), you guys have a awesome one this weekend!!!!!!!!!wiring separates . -- posted image. wiring separates . -- posted image.

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