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Doesn't eject CD! and im unsure how to wire up the two RCA outputs that are lable SUB. and the other lable CENTER! do i really fire up my two 12'' subs, just off one RCA jack? and if so do i run two 6'' CENTER speakers the same?

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I think you will find that those outputs, SUB, CENTER, must go into an Amp that in turn you plug into, unless they are the ones with inbuilt amps. This depends on the output from your unit though. As to whether it would drive them or not.

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SOURCE: 6 output RCA. 1 lable

yes the sub out on this radio is mono. but to feed you amp will require two rcsa so get a y adaptor to feed both inputs on the amp.

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