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Old 11-10-2006, 07:59 PM
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This may be a really stupid question but i'm confused about it at the moment. If I wire two 6x9's (Pioneer TS-A6999) into my mono amp (Ultimate t31000) will I recieve stereo audio to the speakers? Or will it be mono channel only? This is while using the rear speaker RCA outputs from the deck. I can't figure out if the deck would somehow send the stereo input to the amp as a mono signal and the speaker would output stereo or if the whole thing would just be one channel from the source and I need to use my two channel (less powerful) amp.
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Old 11-10-2006, 08:13 PM
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if it's a mono amp, only getting a L or R ch from the HU, how is it going to take the mono signal and re-produce it in stereo...?

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Old 11-10-2006, 08:47 PM
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haha, i don't know. I said it was a stupid question.

But the amp has L and R inputs from the source outputs. The amp also has duplicated negative and duplicated positive outputs. Four outputs in total, why does it have these?
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first off what kind of amp is it?
send of all, it has 2 pos and 2 neg terminals to aid in wiring, they are both the same piece of metal inside the amp... like if you wanted to wire 2 subs, having 4 wires total, it would be easier to wire them to their own terminal on the amp, opposed to twisting them together or whatever...

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oh, now i understand what the "duplicated" means. It's an Ultimate t31000 amp. So wiring two 6x9's is probably not recommended?
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Originally Posted by hOseGaUrd
oh, now i understand what the "duplicated" means. It's an Ultimate t31000 amp. So wiring two 6x9's is probably not recommended?
I wouldn't, I know there are people on here that will disagree, but I would bet the thermal load on the 6x9's would be too much, you'd probably end up blowing them... and the L+R RCA input is most likely a pass though, so you can run the signal to another amp...

it's still a mono amp, no stereo...

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