Re: Help needed - Sony DSX-S100 + amp + 4 speakers + sub-woofer +amp
Ok. I would use the front and rear outputs for your 4 channel amp and use the sub output for you mono amp going to your sub.
If you notice that your sound is not as clean and loud as it should be, it may be because of the 2V preouts. Depending how long your RCAs are, your amp probably see less than 2 volts. If this is the case. I would get a line driver. Their pretty cheap. This device will give your amps the correct amount of voltage needed. This is just in case.
Oh if you are wanting more flexibility with your setup look at a RF 3 Sixty or 3sixty.2 No need for concerns for RCA voltage, degradation of sound, etc. Once again this is not necessary. Just something to look into if you are not happy with the sound.
I am from the Old School Audio era. I collect vintage car audio; I have roughly about 40 plus amps, 20 plus subs, dozens of sets of mids, highs and components, 14 eqs/processors, and numerous other old school equipment. I have several old school jewels amongst my collection. I have also collected some nice Japanese and German made audio while I lived in Japan and Germany. I do bring the new school as well with my six Memphis Mojo's, two AudioQue 3500.1D, RF Power 30001BD, Sundownsubs, etc...