Hello Everyone! Just a little video showing how to install passive crossovers in your current car stereo system, amps or, no amps :)

Test Song
Twista - "Creep Fast"


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Step 1: Purchase Speaker Components Set - Boston Acoustic Pro60 SE - *As Shown*
Step 2: Remove Door Panels
Step 3: Remove Stock Speakers
Step 4: Find CrossOver Mounting Location
Step 5: Run Input Wire From HeadUnit, or Amplifier To Cross Over.
Step 6: Run Mid Driver Wiring To CrossOver
Step 7: Run Tweeter Wires To CrossOver
Step 8: Connect Respective Speakers Accordingly
Step 9: Attach Door Panels
Step 10: JAM OUT!



    • SMRo7

      Another video with SHIT music!

      about 2 months ago
    • Adrian Troalic
      Adrian Troalic

      A white guy testing his speaker system with some very all about black people hip hop isn't necessarily the best choice mate 😄

      about 8 months ago
    • Adrian Troalic
      Adrian Troalic In reply to Adrian Troalic

      Oh yeah? So, imagine you're a white Caucassian fella, driving along, listening to hip hop band, right, one of the rapper sings 'nigga this, nigga that' in his lyrics...and you don't think music has racism? So it's perfectly normal for him to sing these lyrics back to a black guy, right? Get outta here kid, that was the main reason stopped listening to it, because I couldn't relate to it anymore...and I used to listen to PROPER hip hop, of the 80s, when it wasn't about stories about killing rival gangs, it was about embarrassing them with your brain, your sharpness and the cleverness of your lyrics...

      about 7 months ago
    • brandon wright
      brandon wright In reply to Adrian Troalic

      Adrian Troalic music don’t have a color racist

      about 8 months ago
    • jakesjuices

      this kid seems like he loves life hahaha

      about 11 months ago
    • EXOcontralto
      EXOcontralto In reply to jakesjuices

      You'd be spot on, Jacob!

      about 10 months ago
    • TheHorrorToyBox

      What a piece of shit set up

      about 1 year ago
    • EXOcontralto
      EXOcontralto In reply to TheHorrorToyBox

      Yeah, we all gotta start somewhere I guess.

      about 1 year ago
    • Drew Busch
      Drew Busch

      , where's the best place to mount the crossover near the amps or under the dash

      about 1 year ago
    • EXOcontralto
      EXOcontralto In reply to Drew Busch

      Some would say either or, I'd prefer to use them closest to the speaker.

      about 1 year ago
    • Marcus Foxworth
      Marcus Foxworth

      I love the choice of music during the testing, some Twista 💯💪

      about 1 year ago
    • EXOcontralto
      EXOcontralto In reply to Marcus Foxworth

      Great highs!

      about 1 year ago
    • Andre Filipe
      Andre Filipe

      if you dont connect to the amp where you connect the crossover?
      My car have already tweeter separatly by factory and run two wires i connect the crossover to the woofer wire?

      about 1 year ago
    • ekim andersom
      ekim andersom In reply to Andre Filipe

      You connect the headunit speaker out , to the crossover speaker in ofc.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jose Torres
      Jose Torres

      horrible music

      about 2 years ago
    • Tyler Durden
      Tyler Durden

      ghetto rap is the worst.... most of those fucking idiots can't even spell let alone read

      about 2 years ago
    • jason nguyen
      jason nguyen

      What gauge wires did you use? 12 gauge?

      about 2 years ago
    • Goat Of Knowledge
      Goat Of Knowledge


      about 2 years ago
    • Chad Painters Pallete
      Chad Painters Pallete

      I heard never put tweets up by mirror basically about 2 inches below or just below door handle or the spot above,,, u can install another pair of tweets by the mirror

      about 2 years ago
    • ekim andersom
      ekim andersom In reply to Chad Painters Pallete

      You heard wrong

      about 1 year ago
    • J Stevens
      J Stevens

      Can you easily add an 8" mid bass with the components and passive x-over as well. Our do I need to start over with separates and run active or user a three way crossover?

      about 2 years ago
    • Hunt7r

      def looks a lot better with tweeter pods. You can get them for your car or custom done. They would look so fresh but if you plan on getting rid of the carI understand just screwing them in somewhere lol

      about 2 years ago
    • Car Audio Inc
      Car Audio Inc

      little girl is like "shove it up your ass"

      about 2 years ago
    • Pat Taylor
      Pat Taylor

      can you do a video of wiring multiple component speakers in parallel and seires

      about 3 years ago
    • Carson Price
      Carson Price

      Dude! I love this. You did it fast, very well explained. I just loved everything about this video. Thank you!

      about 3 years ago
    • carzey1

      Hey I need help finding my stock front tweeter wires in my 2010 v6 dodge charger (no add ons)

      about 3 years ago
    • deebo gotyou
      deebo gotyou

      That little kid was telling you to go fuck yourself in her head

      about 3 years ago
    • Steven Graulich
      Steven Graulich

      Running the wire on the outside of the rubber grommet will surely cut the wire. Best idea is to drill a new hole and install a new rubber designed to fit the correct wire size.

      about 3 years ago
    • Power Max
      Power Max In reply to Steven Graulich

      +Steven Graulich I could have stuck my whole hand inside that boot. How about running the wire through the boot. Def a hack job. Lazy fucks. Not to mention all the dirt and rain that will eventually short out the hack crossover placement.

      about 3 years ago
    • Ryan Nyquist
      Ryan Nyquist

      is the power that is going to the crossover strait from the radio or from a amp?

      about 3 years ago
    • heyitschino
      heyitschino In reply to Ryan Nyquist

      both depending if u have an amp to them or not

      about 3 years ago
    • iNdOSmOkEz707

      i have a question, the main in, what is it running to? Amp or the factory wires that connect to your factory speaker?

      about 4 years ago
    • Sj Young
      Sj Young

      That poor kid. Doomed growing up listening to rap music.

      about 4 years ago
    • Neverland Productions
      Neverland Productions In reply to Sj Young

      Way better than some bullshit country that turns her into a herione junky with 3 ex husbands named brad and 4 kids

      about 9 months ago
    • Aleks D.
      Aleks D. In reply to Sj Young


      about 3 years ago
    • shifterkart1

      Good lawd, those passive crossovers are HUGE.

      about 4 years ago
    • Larry Spires
      Larry Spires

      Exo would like to talk to you through email is there anyway I can get your email address?

      about 4 years ago
    • Pastor of Muppets
      Pastor of Muppets

      I own this same component set. They're great speakers. Why would you install the crossover in the map pocket? I installed mine in the dashboard and ran both sets of speaker wires through the doore grommet.

      Stealth is your friend.

      about 4 years ago
    • David

      Do you think the factory tweeter location is a bad spot to put the tweeters?

      about 4 years ago
    • Xander Vice
      Xander Vice In reply to David

      Factory locations are okay, but not optimal. All factory locations will always be off axis, and you'll want on axis for most speakers. Convex cone/dustcap is off axis, concave is on. 99% of tweeters are dome, or convex, so axis wont matter much, but you might want to consider an axis due to their small size and position in the vehicle. But most come with an angled ring, so you wont have to do much in terms of fabrication. 

      about 4 years ago
    • Cam Mims
      Cam Mims

      This installment is mad easy, and Car Toys was looking to charge me $500, like it would really would take 5 hours to do.
      How do they power? Everything has RMS, Right?

      about 4 years ago
    • Xander Vice
      Xander Vice In reply to Cam Mims

      Well you have a few options
      A true on-axis setup is expensive, takes a ton of measuring work, and most shops wont do it.
      A semi-axis setup is where you angle the speakers between the headrests, still difficult, but doable with easy angles. Angles such as 20 degrees up, and about 45 degrees rotating towards the back. Just need to cut and fiberglass. Some shops might do this, but not all.
      A no-axis setup would be factory mounts. You get audio, could be better, could be worse.

      Now on the speaker side;
      You can get your standard store brand speakers, they do okay, enough for most people.
      Or you can get pro audio speakers, these get LOUD.
      I personally have Crescendo pwx and rts-1 running (well when I say running- they're hooked up to a test bed while I'm working on the doors) but they really do get loud. Look up EXO, he has some distance loudness vids on his setup, also has the videos for how he made his doors and pillars.  

      about 4 years ago
    • Cam Mims
      Cam Mims In reply to Cam Mims

      @Xander Zoolander I honestly thought it was as easy as just replacing them door speakers and just adding them in and putting them in where the bose is ill rather do that anyways 

      about 4 years ago
    • Cam Mims
      Cam Mims In reply to Cam Mims

      @Xander Zoolander Thanks, but I think I may have to spend some $$$ to get it professionally done sadly.
      I just want some nice tweets, and components in my fronts both, and back both..
      if u watch my video I have a huge 18 inch sub I need tweets to be louder then the sub  

      about 4 years ago
    • Xander Vice
      Xander Vice In reply to Cam Mims

      Those are coaxial speakers, 60w rms. Always look at rms. Amp channels depends on your system. If you're doing all 4 speakers (fr, fl, rr, rl) you'll need a 4 channel amp, maybe a 5 depending on how powerful your sub will be if you add one. 
      Coax speakers are the woofer and tweeter (sometimes in a 3 way, a third midwoofer is added) and it has its own sort of crossover built into it, usually just a resistor. 
      Lets say you buy those; 60w per channel, you'd need a 240w rms @ 4 ohms amp. Most amps are rated at two ohms, so always look higher but keep in mind the specs. 

      about 4 years ago
    • Cam Mims
      Cam Mims In reply to Cam Mims

      @Xander Zoolander So I was thinking of getting some Rockford Tweets, lets say they are 120 rms, would I need a like 4, or 5 channel amp ? Here is the link.


      about 4 years ago
    • The Great LTS2000
      The Great LTS2000

      What's he cross over name and do I need two?

      about 5 years ago
    • The man
      The man

      Do or Die nice

      about 5 years ago