The "crossover passthrough" is a type of speaker that offers the ability to send signal directly through one speaker to other speakers connected to the crossover. Typically, speakers have 1 strand of wire coming from the speaker, or vice versa you can only connect 1 strand of wire to speakers. In this scenario, this speaker is featured with multiple strands of wire to connect to your Amplifier or AV Receiver, then the other wires are instructed to connect to other pairs of speakers and have enough power sent to them for more sound.
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