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    Post I got some questions 4 u guys

    1) Is there any problem with simply running RCA cables from the back of several appliances (in this case a Playstation, PC and Pioneer CD headunit) into some sort of RCA source selecter and then straight into the back of a car amplifier? I ask this as i'm concerned about the possibility of the RCA signal volume levels differing, therefore requiring seperate gain levels to be established for each input!

    2) Does the inverter constantly draw from the battery when its connected even if the attached device (ie. computer or playstation) is turned off?
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    1) you answered your own question. It will work, but you may need gain adjustments for each input.

    2) I know mine does..... just have it switched before the inverter like most ppl do.
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