I would think using one amp per speaker with one channel for highs and the other for lows would be the way to go. As opposed to one amp driving both lows and the other both the highs. The reasons beings, firstly aside from having monoblocks as a byproduct, is each amp won't have as much draw on the bass, which is where the power is needed and problems creep in. One amp with both its channels doing the bass will be seeing more work at peak power points which could push it to its limits than the former way. And in the former way, I don't think the highs will be messed up if one channel is drawing alot of current for the bass part. I could be wrong. Shouldn't be too hard to experiment though.
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