Originally Posted by terrainhammer
Thank you very much for reply back Heavy. I've been eagerly awaiting reply, and while doing so I did contact stereo shop. Their answer was the following: speaker wires are only being used as a audio signal source, and the sub being a mono sub woofer it's OK. I'm little old school and with some speaker savvy. I asked so why is it when you hook high level speaker to low level RCA's it shows same 4 wire installation hook up? Again, their reply was: this allows you to control fade & balance to a multi channel amplifier. Made sense but again I was awaiting for someone's reply to my email. Is there any kind of voltage, or signal strength that is measurable to prove a point to this stereo shop? Last thing I want is to get in a pissing match and than have them start working on my vehicle again. Very frustrated at this point. Like bazooka product by ALL means just want it to perform to its fullest ability.
Let's clear a few things up, IT IS ALWAYS recommended by Bazooka, to connect to the FRONT SPEAKERS of the vehicle, as if you are to use the fader, almost 100% of the time, you fade to front. Connecting to the rear speakers would see a voltage drop, if used for an audio source, and a corresponding volume drop.
Second, the Tube sums the signal mono internally, and also has built in subsonic and low pass crossovers. These are features you paid for, use them.
Again, your WARRANTY requires the Tube to be connected as the instruction sheet directs. If the installer or shop has a problem with the listed instructions and wants to get in a pissing match, have them call Technical Support.