After reading a post here on DIYmobileaudio a while ago about how the person was getting more grounding noise in his system with his amplifier bridged than not, I decided to unbridge my Kappa 5 and run my front components off of one channel each (using #1 and #4 channel). Lo and behold my engine noise I was getting was almost completely gone from my tweeters and I have some much needed stereo seperation that I did not have before(at times tweeters sounded a little muddy apparently it was two channels leaking into each other and the tweeters attempting to play both). While this did wonders for my tweeters, unfortunately it made my already weak midbass pretty much non existent(currently using Morel Maximo components), I guess the problem of going from 150 watts bridged to 50 watts to the components. BUT since I have two channels unused from my Kappa 5 now and since it has bandpass capabilities for the signal I was considering splitting the signal from the RCAs right before it plugs into the amp and using all four channels, two for the Maximo tweeters and two for a different set of midbass, the ones that caught my eye are these Image Dynamics http://www.woofersetc.com/p-7175-cx6...s-drivers.aspx. Since they are 2ohm drivers they would see 75 watts each and hopefully give me some much needed midbass. The tweeters would have the 50 watts at 4ohm on tap however I would turn the gain down to the minimum to give them less than that. Only problem I see is that since the signal from my stock headunit in my 2004 Acura TL is already on the weak side at about .9v would splitting it before entering the amp make the quality degrade or cause any problems? My amplifier can take signal down to .2v and to ease problems of sound entering at the split it would occur right before the amplifier.