audio wiring in Mk IV Jetta w/ monsoon
Ok, so since I am looking at going total carputer and remove the HU, I was trying to figure out the wiring scheme. This is what I was thinking, remove all stock stereo wiring, and re-wire it. I was planning on also removing the monsoon amp/crossover in the trunk being that I am mounting my box for my 2 10" subs and 2 12" subs in that area behind the rear seat.
From here, I would install the 1000W amp that I will be powering the subs with. This amp would get it's own RCA connection from the sound card in the computer. or even an RCA splitter if I can't find a soundcard w/ 2 RCA-out.
The other RCA connection would go to a new 4 channel amp for the 8 interior speakers. This is where I get a little stumped. My problem is that I am not sure how to crossover after the signal splits at each of the 4 doors. I would like to install some sort of high-pass crossover on the line that splits going to the tweeders in each door.
Example: the wire for the front-left door. I would use 1 signal wire that would be spliced. one splice going to the 2-way speaker in the bottom of the door, the other splice going to the tweeder near the window.
I can not figure out how to cut the mid-range sound out and only allow the high-range signal to get to the tweeders, but allow the mid-range and highs to reach the 2-way speakers.
Does anyone have any idea how to do this or am I making this FAR too difficult?