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    3 pairs of rcas??

    So if I have 4 speakers (actually 6) and a subwoofer, and I want to be able to fade and stuff....I have to run 3 pairs of rcas? Ouch







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    Re: 3 pairs of rcas??

    if you want full control of every speaker, then yes, each needs its own rca





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    Re: 3 pairs of rcas??

    You will have to have (and use) 3 sets of RCA outputs on your HU.

    That's assuming one pair of those speakers are located in the rear.




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    Re: 3 pairs of rcas??

    Or if you have separate amps for your highs and mids



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