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alpine dude 
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Posted: May 29, 2007 at 12:43 AM / IP Logged  
how would i run two amps in the car i know how to do the power but, the signal from the hi low. how do i split it into two, will the signal be weak ?. also how would i run the remote turn on to both amps?
thanks for help julian.
jazzcustom131 
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Posted: May 29, 2007 at 12:57 AM / IP Logged  

depends on the head unit. if you have a front and rear outputs, then send them to your hi amp, and take the sub output and run it to the low amp.

if you don't have a sub out, hopefully your highs amp has an output. run rca's from head unit to input, then an rca from output to your low amp. just make sure to flip on your low pass filter and set things accordingly.

if you don't have an output on the highs amp, use a Y splitter to achieve the same results.

signal will be relatively the same.

Remote wire, way I do it is run remote to one amp, then run a wire from the remote on that amp over to my other amp, but I seem to remember being scolded by haemphyst or dyohn before that that's not the best idea. I don't remember why, stand by on that one. one of them will see this and let you know if that holds true.

otherwise, there ya go!

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