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Help I need a BDSYNC CABLE for the older rf1501bd amp

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Im been looking all over the net for this cable but cant seem to find it. I want to strap 1 rf1501bd and 1 rf501bd together. Is there a:confused: way to use a different kind of cable or does it have to be specifically rockford fosgate? Help plz..

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Ummm u cant strap 2 different amps together... Unless RF has some unique feature I have yet to hear about.


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