Lots of folks do this but at a minimum you have to deal with differing input sensitivities in the amps. If they don't match you'll have to figure out how to match them (easiest way is with in line attenuators). Depending on the built in crossovers in your speakers you might benefit by using an electronic crossover (the best way to solve gain problems as well) but good ones are expensive. Personally, I'd just find a powerful tube amp to control the entire spectrum. You might be surprised at what 200 tube watts (+/-) can sound like.
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