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Tryin to hook up a mtx electronic crossover rt-01a. i dont know how to hook it up

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Your basic crossover is going to have a power (+) and ground (-). Your power wire goes to the battery, and your ground goes to the frame. You will need to hook up your RCA or speaker wires to the input side. Then hook the other two RCA connections to your amp.

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