RCA interconnect question...

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    Default RCA interconnect question...

    OK... so I got ahold of a scion HU that has 2 channel RCA outs....I'm looking at getting a 4 channel amp to power front & rear speakers, and I have a powered subwoofer.

    I'm looking at how I'm gonna get 2 channel from the HU into 6 channels. I've seen 6 channel RCA cables, but they are pretty expensive. (I also already have a 2 channel set of male/male rcas that came with the amp.) Not sure if most amps come with RCAs or not, so i dont know if I would be getting a 4 channel set with whatever amp I buy. Seems like a waste to have these cables already, not use them then have to buy a set of $50-$80 Y-split cables...

    Are there alternative methods for splitting the RCAs?...I know there are home A/V RCA splitters...But I couldnt find anything for car audio...
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    Default Re: RCA interconnect question...

    signal cables are purchased seperately from amplifiers unless they are like a bundle deal from the shop or website or wherever they fell off the back of the truck. some amps have signal pass through but those are normally mid-higher end amps. getting a y splitter is your best bet.
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