How many amps can you daisy chain?
Daisy-chaining is the functional equivalent of using a Y-cord to split a signal so the same signal can be sent to more than one amp channel. Its usually done with 2 or more parallel input connectors on the amp.
Can you run 2 amps per sub?
Can I connect two amps to one sub? A single voice coil sub wont work with the two amps and will result in the outputs being fried as soon as you turn it on. A dual voice sub and the same amps can be done, but it needs to be effectively balanced. However, two amps one sub is definitely possible.
Can you daisy chain subs?
Connecting Three or Four Subwoofers If you plan to use three or four subwoofers, the best option is to make sure all the subwoofers have either RCA or LFE line-out connections and daisy chain them together using a series of subwoofer cables.
Can you run power from one amp to another?
The short answer is that you can use any number or combination of power amps in a car audio setup as long as you wire them in properly. The most common reason to wire in multiple amps is to have one for your main speakers and a second amplifier for a subwoofer.
Can I split my subwoofer output?
This isnt a problem unless you split the signal many times(say 5+ times minimum) You wont change the gain structure because of this. That makes a lot of sense, thank you. When you split the outputs - it halves the signal. Now, that being said, if your amplified woofer needs both inputs it is ABSOLUTELY worth it.
Can I Ground 2 amps to the same spot?
As long as both amps are grounded to the same spot you should be able to avoid ground loop. Runing to a distro or running both grounds to the same spot ends up with the same result.