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Old 27th January 2013, 11:08 PM   #1
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Default How to run a pac lc-1 with sub amp if running a 2 channel

I am about to hook up a old school Urban Audio 2 channel for a couple tweeters to try to have a little better sound. I have a DC Audio Pai2000.1 already hooked up to my m1 XL 18. I was wondering if there is a way to run both amps and use the Pac LC-1 for the sub amp only? I know how to hook up the 2 channel with the sub amp but I didn't know if I hooked both of them up if the bass knob would control both of them or not. Has anyone ever done this? Thanks
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