Not sure if this belongs in SQ or general, but I figure since I'm trying to set it up right and what not, that it would be better here.
Anyways, I have a cache cloc'd, a pac sni-35 and fierce FILC20v2
The latter 2 seem to be identical...
Right now I have the cache split at the RCA outputs with 2 sets of RCA's to the sub amp and crossover.
I want to keep it the same, but I am gonna be using the mid output on the crossover for the doors instead of running them off the head unit.
What would be the best way to accomplish this?
How can I test each device for the best clarity or clean signal?
I figure I would use 2 of them. Probably use the cloc'd on the sub amp (in sig, from what I looked up/read it can take a decent amount of RCA voltage?)
As of now, I only have a clamp meter and fluke t5-600
I was thinking of getting the ds nano, but as I've said in the thread about it, there are mixed reviews and I'm not sure if it's something I should get, having no experience with an o-scope.
Side note: is there any way to determine how much RCA input voltage a crossover/amplifier can take without looking it up?
I got these for under $9 shipped for both. I don't need the RCA input on the cache cloc'd so I figure I can sell that one, as it seems that's the only feature it has that these dont
Side note 2: I don't really care for balance or fader function. In fact I HATE it when a song purposely put sound in only one of the speakers.
Side note 3: I know this is kinda ghetto, but I need to run the speakers mono in parallel so I don't have to run more speaker wires or RCA's. So basically, the mids will be on one channel from the amp, and the tweeter will be on another. They are all single 4 ohm, and the amp is 2 ohm stable so everything will be sharing the power of 2 ohms, which I think is only a little bit more than 4 ohms, but it will work out so that each one will be getting less than if I just powered each individually from one channel. (which is safer)
Any input appreciated.
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