so my alpine double din just broke and I have just replaced it with a pioneer. The problem is that it only has one set of rca preouts in the back and I am running two amps, one for subs and one for mids and highs.. As far as sound quality which route is best
A) rca y splitter in the back of the head unit because I already have my rca's ran
B) a line output converter for one of the rca's .... If so should I use it for the mono subwoofer amplifier or should I use it for my mids and highs?
C) or should I just use the preouts on one of my amplifiers, because both of my amps have them? And if so should I hook up the sub amp first and then use its line out preouts to connect to the amp for my mids n highs? Or should I use my mids and highs amp first then line out to the mono amp? E
Either route would work no problem because I have all wires already ran and have some LOC's laying around I can easily hookup... So let me know what you think! Unfortunately when I tried looking it up it seems that every forum about this subject is just one big argument over who is right or wrong over these three routes ha...Thx for reading