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Old    lachrimae            06-17-2004, 7:35 AM Reply   
Hey,

I have a 4 channel amp for my 4 in-boat speakers and a 2 channel amp for my tower speakers. For RCA inputs coming from the stereo, the 2 channel amp has 4 inputs (L & R Front, L & R Rear). The 4 channel amp has 2 inputs (L & R) and 2 outputs (L & R).

I was going to wire this by having the Front from the head go to the Front of the 4 channel amp, then have Rear from the head go to the 2 channel amp inputs. From the 2 channel amp outputs I was going to have it go to the Rear of the 4 channel amp.

The problem with this is that I want to control the tower speakers with the rear fader and the inside speakers with the front fader.

Should I just use an RCA splitter to create four lines going directly from the head's Front channels to the 4 channels on the 4 channel amp or will that create a problem of any kind?

Thanks for your advice...

lach

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