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Speaker level input

Discussion in 'Portable Disc & Media Players & Recorders' started by jonlucpicard, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. jonlucpicard

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    I am about to fit 2 Kenwood KAC 629S amps in my car but my Kenwood head unit only has 1 pair of rca sockets. I am thinking of running the rear amp off these and running the front amp off the front speaker leads as the amp has a speaker level input. My head unit puts out 4 X 50 watts max . Is this too much for the speaker level input on the amp? Would i be better off buying an rca splitter? Any advice? thanx
     
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    i would use the split
     
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    i think your kenny churns our 2mv. the 50 watts doe snot come into it.

    Your amp will without a problem accept it.

    keep amp input gain round the 2pm mark and your laughing.
     

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