Not really, you can split up the RCA outputs however you like. So, if you wanted some crazy 10 speakers system (10 channels of amp) then you would just split left and right 5 ways. That being said, the more load you put on the output the more of that roll of you will see in the bass response. I could put output drivers on the board but all of this stuff increases complexity and it really isn't worth it. I plan to work on it so 2 or 3 amps should be ok, but if you went nuts and put 10 amps or something you would definitely have more rolloff. I would guess somebody already makes splitters for RCAs that are powered, which would also prevent the additional roll off.In theory, we will need one of these for each channel getting sent to an amp, correct?
Does the processor you are getting do the high pass and low pass crossovers for the front speakers so they can stay biamped? I am actually curious for my own setup because I haven't looked into this yet.In my case I will be using a processor which only needs single L and R inputs and then outputs 8 channels.
It depends on how you wire things up. If you take the SPDIF before the add on box then it will be the same, if you take it after than it will be whatever processing they have applied which is designed for the factory speakers. I am wondering if the add on box also uses the CAN signal and changes the parameters sent to the factory amp. There is a bunch of initialization sent over the CAN bus to something (could be the telemetrics unit) each time the audio input is changed. It makes me wonder what cool things the amp could do if you sent it different commands. The best way to find out would be to get a seperate factory amp that I can setup on a bunch but they are really expensive so I am not about to buy a new one. The other way is to get my box working stand alone so I can just remove mine completely from the car. Anyway, it is all more work and I am still swamped right now with things that pay.I wonder how this will work with the bon giovi acoustics DSP from the factory
Atlanta GA. I feel you on the busy side ha.Where are you at in the world? I am curious if you are anywhere near Southern California.