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Old 1st May 2004, 09:45 AM   #1
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Hi, im kind of confused: I have a head unit with 4x52watt output, and a left and right sub preout for an amp or sub. What i want to do though is this: 1 amp for my two subs, and another amp for my speakers in the front and rear. Add some cross over and splits in there somwhere, lol. So i guess what im asking is this: Can i use one of the powered outputs (not the preout) and use that as an input into one of the amps, the one for the speakers? I really hope so, i dont want to buy another head unit at all! Thanks.
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if your amp has high or speaker level inputs then it will work fine.
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u should attenuate the signal fist
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