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Gettin feed baq from the subwofer output when Y splitter is attached to feed RCAs to the amp.

My dual xdvd8181 in dash reciever is sendin feedback to my subwoofers through the subwoofer single out put.. when i used a Y spliter it send feed back to the subs but when i pull out one of the rcas from the y splitter the feedback stops. how do i fix this?

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Use a "y" adaptor on the amplifier inputs instead of the headunit output. In other words run a single rca line from the headunit to the amplifier but connect to a one female into two male y adaptor before connecting to the amplifier

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