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I have a question about wiring two 5 channel Amps

I have multiple speakers locations
A pillar Components (independent crossover)
Kicker Midrange
Front Door Midbass
Rear Door Components (independent crossover)
two JL Audio 8W7

would it be a better idea to wire each side (left side/right side) independently, each 5 channel powers each side or should i wire it front/rear or more based on frequencies?
 

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So you're running coaxial speakers in the rear? what are you going to use for your crossover?

If you're just going to use the amp's crossovers, use channels 3 and 4 for your midrange and misbass front speakers as those channels have a bandpass filter. use channels 1 and 2 for your tweeters and rear speakers.
 

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I have coaxials in the rear now.
Right now the plan is to wire (1) 5-channel and run it as designed, 2 fronts, 2 rears, 1 sub. When I add the second amp, I branch the RCA to the second 5-channel run it as designed, but at a much lower frequency from the front components. So now I have another question, for a front stage imaging, can you expand more than a 4-way? I understand you can have different frequencies running to different drivers and woofers but is there to much overlay in this process. Any suggestions?
 
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