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Bi-wiring La Scala's


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I understand it differently. Your tweeter part of the passive crossover lets only the weak current of the high frequencies as highpass to the tweeter.
That the strong signal of the basses is unwanted and filtered out does not mean at all that it was not amplified. But it was amplified. It is there, only it does not find a pickup/ a load and therefore the OT can be broken by sparking.
The crossover can not subsequently control what the amplifier has previously amplified in terms of high-energy bass frequencies. 
Imagine heating up a flow heater but without the controlling cooling by cold water flowing in. And you say, oh I need only very little warm water. But the water heater keeps on heating. Then it will melt. 

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