Question about wiring 2 amps that have different gauge pwr/gnd
Quick question. I'm going to be switching to a 2 amp setup. An AQ 200.2 for the mids and a RF T2500-1BDCP for the subs. Question is what is going to be the best way to wire these amps considering the AQ takes 4 gauge and the RF takes 1/0 Gauge? I currently have 1/0 gauge ran from the battery to the back + BIG3 in 1/0 gauge done as well.
Could I use a 0AWG T-block to branch 0 Gauge to the T2500 off one side and use the other side of the T-block to branch to a 0AWG distribution block to shrink down to 4AWG for the AQ amp? Or would that not be wise?
The T2500 is still on order so probably wont be getting both in until around the end of the month, but just want to make sure I do everything the right way.
Vehicle: 2007 Pontiac G6 GT
Head Unit: Kenwood DDX419
Speakers: Focal PS165 Components
Distribution: Knukonceptz KNF-60 Power/Ground Distribution block
Amps: Audioque 200.2, Rockford Fosgate T2500-1BDCP
Subs: 2 SA-8v2 D2 wired @2ohms in custom ported box tuned to 34-35hz
Wiring: All 1/0 Gauge SHOK Wire and Knukonceptz wire + BIG 3
Alternator: Singer 310A 6 Phase High Output Alternator