05-12-2008, 11:44 PM
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Location: Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
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Here'* the deal, I have two speakers that I'm throwing up front. They're two 6.5" Infinity Kappa component system speakers that run @ 2ohms. I'm sure I don't want to run the fronts and the rears off my Pioneer in my sig because I know the odd resistance configuration is going to **** something off. I'm also sure I'd start getting distortion. My question is, is there a way to wire the front speakers to run off this 2 channel amp I have laying around, and get the rears to run off of the stock head unit? I really don't want to blow the head unit up, but I'm trying to do this as cost efficiently as possible.
If I can't run this with a mix of head unit and amp power, anyone have recommendations on a cheap amp I can use to run all four? Rears are stockers.
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