gotta question, ya me always with the dumb questions.
i got two amplifiers, one to power subs, and one to power inside speakers.
my subs amplifier, (tsunami gxa1000) has a preamp output for RCA's.
i am currently not using this because
1. my previous POS amp, did not have this
2. my other amp is powered by split RCA's
what do i mean by split RCA's?
my HU only has one pair of rca cables, the right and left. i took and added a "Y" RCA to the left, and another one to the right. now i had two rights and two lefts, which i hooked up to two set of RCA's that i now have to the two amplifiers.
im sure people have thought of this before, but i know they're not doing it because by doing this, it HAS to be losing some power by splitting it, if not a lot of power. (or signal, whatever).
so now that i have this amp, i am about to just run one set of rca's, input to the "bass amp", then output to the "highs amp".
all of this boring information, just to ask this question... if i have the built in crossover on the "bass amp" set to lows only, will the RCA signal that comes from its output, going to carry only lows to the "high amp"? and also, would this be a better way than what im currently set up with?
keep in mind the tsunami (bass amp) is monoblock class d, i dunno if this is right, but arent these made specially for bass, and nothing but bass?
thanks for all your help people