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Default Pioneer 80prs rca wiring to dsp

OK I'm about to run my RCA's from my 80prs to my DSP (PPI 88r) what I'm trying to figure out is do I utilize all three rca jacks on the hu or do I need to run just two? I'm running two monoblocks (gain matched and two 4 channel amps. Oh and can I use some 4 channel RCA's for my or fronts and center and the 2 channel ones for my mono?

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Can anybody help me out here, I'm just trying to see when do I need to run 4 channel RCA's or do I use a bunch of regular ones?
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I think your DSP only has 2 rca inputs.
If you want, you can use speaker level inputs on the dsp
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I think your DSP only has 2 rca inputs.
If you want, you can use speaker level inputs on the dsp
So run a 2 channel from my hu to the DSP but where would I run the RCA's at on the back of my hu it has three sets of rcas
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You want a full-range signal to go to the processor. Use the "rear/high range" RCA outputs which should be the very top pair of RCA outs on the back of the headunit. Make sure the headunit is set up as "STD" standard mode and not "NW" network mode. Make sure there are no crossovers enabled on the headunit. You can also turn of the internal amp on the headunit since you will only be using the preamp output.
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One more thing I should add...don't use the "REM OUT" on the 88r. Use the remote wire on the pioneer, preferable through a relay, to turn the system on and off. The internal remote relay on the 88r is notoriously weak and will fail at some point if you're running more than 1-2 things from it. When it goes bad it only puts out a couple volts and will not turn the rest of the system on. For the "remote in" there are two wires on the 88r. I think they are both red. You can tie both of these together and treat them as a single wire. Also make sure the controller is plugged in firmly, as the 88r needs it to be plugged in to function correctly.
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You want a full-range signal to go to the processor. Use the "rear/high range" RCA outputs which should be the very top pair of RCA outs on the back of the headunit. Make sure the headunit is set up as "STD" standard mode and not "NW" network mode. Make sure there are no crossovers enabled on the headunit. You can also turn of the internal amp on the headunit since you will only be using the preamp output.
How do you turn off the internal amp on this hu?
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I think you can turn off the internal amp in the setup screen when hu is completely powered down. I know its in the user manual (where I read how to do mine just don't remember what i did)
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