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Srt 8 factory kicker system

I have installed a zx mono amp for a solo baric sub, and a zx 4 channel amp for the rest of my speakers, but the factory head unit which powers off of the factory 8 channel amp which is made by kicker only allows highs or mids to sound through the rest of my speakers.  It will not allow both.  I was told it was the digital signal from the factory amp.  I wanted it out, but the head unit needs it to run certain features.  What is the problem here or what other options do I have?

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Try running the cables trough a crossover & u can run what u want to what speakers u want

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wire them parallel and pray to god that amp dosnt explode. jkjk

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