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Ok, how many speakers do you currently have? What size are they?
Ok, those tweeters already have crossovers in them. What exactly are you trying to do? I'm a sound engineer, so I'll be able to help you, but I need to know your vision of the completed project.
Gotcha, that is pretty simple, and it will work with any head unit. Since it has high level and low level inputs, even if your new deck has only powered outputs, it will still work. You'll have great control of each speaker. Connect the head unit to the DSP, then the low level outputs will power your existing RCA inputs on your factory amp, assuming that it exists and your speakers are not powered from the head unit.
Ebay is my best guess. I have no direct use with that model, I do concerts and large corporate events, not car audio, but they all work the same way. They have a line level input and a line level output. Since that model is for a car, it also includes the high level inputs. DSP crossovers allow you to dial in the sound of each speaker individually, and gives you full control of the audio spectrum.
There are two types of power in the car. One is constant, meaning it is connected directly to your battery. Other power wires come from the ignition switch, which turns the electronics on and off with the ignition switch. You'll need to use one of the ignition switch lines so that the power goes off when you turn the car off. The constant power line is used for your memory backup.