Question about Car Audio & Video
That's fine I will try that. how should the RCA coming off of the sub woofer output from the radio go into the amp? Split one female to two male adapters and then what, which side should it go to after that?
I'm not that familiar with the insignia line but If the amps have an "input" and an "output" for the RCAs then run the RCAs in one, Then hook the output of that one to the input of the other. I did this with my 2 memphis 500Ds and it worked great. It also looks better than a couple of splitters, but yes You would just get two splitters with all female connections on them so you can plug 2 sets of RCAs into the one set. Also it doesn't really matter how you hook the RCAs up unless you are going for stereo sound then you would need to make sure the rights are hooked up together and the lefts are hooked up together. I hope I could help.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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