Ive got a question about wiring a 2 channel amp to 4 speakers.
Now this is how my system is at the moment.
Ive got a Kicker zx.400.1 powering my 2 kicker comp subs in the rear. the zx amp that i have doesnt need a remote lead it automaticly turns on when a signal is dectected. Now, the signal is coming from a striped RCA cable thats attached to the back of the headunit into the speaker outputs as far as i know because it was done proffesionally. Nothing wrong there.
Now i have 2 kicker ks600 6" speakers in the rear door and 2 kicker ks602 6" Speakers with splits in the front.
These door speakers are running off the stock headunit. when i took out the stock speakers i looked on them and it said 15watts
so im only getting 15 watts (i assume) to my new kicker speakers that need 90RMS.
I have a old amp lying around that is a 2 channel 400watt amp (2x200watts) and it is a junky cheap one
I already know about power hooking up and all that but i have no clue about all this bridging and ohms and whats stable n all that junk.
I want to hook this up to the 4 speakers in the doors. What i was planning on doing on getting the signal to the amp was to use the rca out on my kicker amp to the input on the junky cheap one.
I know that my kicker amp gets its signal from the rear speaker outputs.
What i need to know is. I want my speakers to run totally off the junky amp. and not the head unit. if somone knows how to wire 2 channel amps to 4 speakers that would be good and if they had a wiring diagram that would be even better.
and any info on like the ohm loads n bridging junk that would be helpful aswell
2008 Mitsubishi Lancer ES
Blacked Out Grill for evo look
Side mounted licence plate
Neon Front Grill
Road Race Motorsports Short Ram Intake V2
Kicker zx400.1 amp pushing 475 max
2 12" Kicker Comp Subs
Rear speakers - Kicker KS600
Front Speakers - Kicker KS602 with splits
Pioneer DEH-P6050UB head unit
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-- The RiceBurner --
"My Subs Hit More Lows Than Britney Spears"