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Sony cdex-m630 connections with an amp

Which output do i use to supply signal to an amp used to power two speakers? can i still use the four sets of speaker wire for four more speakers?

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You can use either set of RCA outputs for the amplifier that you want to. Only difference in either of them is front, rear and sub outputs. If you are only powering a sub amp, then use the sub outputs, otherwise, the other two will work fine. You can still use the outputs from the radio itself to power four other speakers while using the RCA outputs.

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