By clip you mean cut the wires so you can wire them to the DSP? Why not. Just make sure you go over it before getting out the wire cutters to make sure it’ll work, I.e. that you can connect wires to them without them rattling or causing other issues. But probably shouldn’t do it unless you’re 100% sure you can reconnect them if it doesn’t work or have a backup plan incase they get ruined
edit: it might not be worth it, only thing you’ll gain is having more EQ bands, but you have 30 bands per channel so probably not worth it. You won’tgain anything from being able to time align them separately as they are mounted to the center of the mids so they’ll use the same delay as they have now. And with power distribution as it is you’ve got woofers on 75w so mids and tweeters combined won’t need more than that. Woofers low passed at 350hz will use same power as a speaker or speakers playing 350 and above. Granted those figures are from a home audio table and didn’t say what the highpass frequency for the woofers is.
But if you’re looking for an experiment or just something to do there’s no reason not to… as long as you’re sure they won’t be garbage after you cut the wires
Well I mean if they end up being garbage after it's okay. Just means I gotta buy replacements maybe before I experiment. I paid like 45 dollars for the set, so it's not really a big loss. Resale value is like 20 bucks lol.
I'm guessing here but I think coax speakers use tweets and mids together to give your total impedance. Cutting the tweet from the mid will leave each speaker with different values that might mess with performance.
They would probably work out to something like 8 ohm or 6 ohm. I think infinity states they are 3.5 ohm but 4 ohm with the wire or something. I tested them before hooking them to the amp, they came up 4 ohm. Higher wouldn't be much of an issue though.