Question about Kenwood KAC-9104D Car Audio Amplifier
I understand that this is a mono amp and it is simpler to have two (+) and two (-), which is really only one set. But why does the company still have two RCS inputs to the amplifier. This is a confusion. If its a true mono amp, why provide two rca inputs????
This feature allows the amp to be paired to any stereo. The input may be in stereo but the amp then changes it back into mono using sound from both sides. Hope this answers your question.
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