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Thread: Audigy2 ZS to four amps... few questions.

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    Audigy2 ZS to four amps... few questions.

    I tried searching for info on this and couldn't find what I was looking for.

    I have a couple options here on how I can hook up all of my amps to the Audigy2 ZS and I was hoping you guys could help me out.

    Here is what I have:
    US Acoustics USX2050 -> Rockford Fosgate 8" Sub
    US Acoustics USX2050 -> Rockford Fosgate 8" Sub
    Kenwood KAC716 -> 2 JL Audio 6W0's
    Infinity 52a -> 2 infinity 4x6's

    My dilema is whether I should just run the center channel out from the sound card to the first amp and then just daisy chain the amps to eachother using rca interconnects. All of the amps have built in crossovers.

    Or should I run the front, rear, center, and subwoofer outs from the soundcard directly to individual amps?

    Now this installation isn't in a car, so the front/rear setup isn't really necessary. I would prefer a left/right setup if at all possible.

    If I do daisy chain the amps with one signal out from the soundcard will it degrade the signal more or even drop the signal voltage?

    Thanks ahead of time guys.

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    I think I posted this in the wrong section. Could someone move it to Car Audio please.

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