i was wondering if i can hook up 2 amps with only one amp kit cant i just put some rcas in the output of my amp now and put them into the inputs of the other amp i wish to run and not have to run a whole nother amp kit or what would i have to do to run another amp
yes, you can, but depends on what the amps are used for. If you have sub out feature on your deck and you're planning on using only 1 amp for the subs, then you have to run 2 sets of RCA's. You can also connect 1 set of RCA's to the regular RCA output and then either use one of the amp's RCA outputs to connect to the other amp, or just get RCA Y splitter.
are you sure u can splice your remote turn on wire coming from your head unit in to two wires? and with two amps ground distribution block is recommended, but a common ground is needed, right? is splicing the power wire from batt. to amp discouraged from splicing in to 2 for the second amp? i'm going to add an amp for my component system and i want to make sure i'm on the right track.
Angel, you can splice the remote wire from the HU. The remote wire is not used as a power source, only to turn on the switch on the amp. It puts out 200ma of current. If you use 2 power distrubution blocks, one for the pos and neg, then you will easily be able to connect multi amps. Just make sure you have a solid ground to start with. I ran multi power wire and separated my sub amp from the component amp. This way, if the sub ever knocks out the fuse, I'll still have sound.
so your saying you run a seperate power wire to each amp. and just use a distro block for the negative. and you said splicing the remote turn on is fine because of the low current thats needed to switch on the amp. am i getting what your saying correctly? sorry im being redicoulsly specific but i want to get the wiring right the first time. and not learn by trial and error.