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silvermkiv
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Do your sub amps have rca outputs on them? The best scenario would be to run your rca's from the HU to the first amp, then daisy chain from the output of that amp to the input of the other amp. Your HU has a sub volume control which would not work correctly if you used the sub outs for one amp and the rear outs for the other. If there are no outputs on your amps, you could use 'y' splitters. Run one set of rca's from the HU to the back then split the L & R rca into two seperate sets, connecting one set to each amp. This will work, but won't be optimal as you will probably get some signal loss.
 

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silvermkiv
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In your situation, my suggestion would then be to ditch the smaller amps and just get 1 bigger one with enough power to drive your speakers how you want. Alot less headache IMO.
 
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