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