I don't recall you actually saying what kind of amp you have... A FEW have a a bridging switch that would probably eliminate the need for both inputs...
Bottom line :rtfm:
If it says you need both, you need both
Ok then what about this, I still have 1 input signal going to it, but I split it to 2 (using a 1-female-in 2-male-out adapter) will that fix it?
And also, does splitting an rca like that cut voltage 50%?
No, it cuts it MORE than 50%
be a wiseguy and see what happens is my only sugestion, since you're not listening to what other people tell you....
quit with the godamn attitute already ****. Im asking questions on an online forum where I was hoping to get answers, not from some ****in jun06 noob being a dick. ive got many different options on how to do this setup, so obviously im going to do what will sound the best. Maybe you dont have much hand on trial and error experience, but some people do.
Thanks ZtH01, information was all I was looking for. Ill try things out in a few weeks whenever all my **** gets here and I finish up with the fiberglass
Originally Posted by me 5 posts ago
but hey, do as you please.... I mean, it's not my install so why should i give a **** hmmmmm