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Hooking to amps to a power acoustik ptid-7250n

I have one amp for the sup woofer and the other amp for the car speakers. so i have three rca jacks running to the dash one set for the sub i know where that goes but excatly where do i hook up the two sets of rca jacks

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Can you post a bit more about the components, as in the make and model of each?

  1. Head unit in the dash
  2. Sub amp
  3. Stereo amp

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