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Hello. I have some questions about using distribution block.
I have 2 amps. One for mids and one for bass.
I run a fused 1/0 awg gauge wire from battery to the trunk. I want to use distribution block 1/0 gauge wire input and x2 1/0 gauge wire output to every amp.
Is there going to be any problem with power decreasing or something like that?
 

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if your amps need/can fit 1/0 awg then that’s fine. But if you can get away with 4 or 8 awg between the block and amps that’d save you some money, unless you already have it.

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Hello. I have some questions about using distribution block.
I have 2 amps. One for mids and one for bass.
I run a fused 1/0 awg gauge wire from battery to the trunk. I want to use distribution block 1/0 gauge wire input and x2 1/0 gauge wire output to every amp.
Is there going to be any problem with power decreasing or something like that?
I agree with Lithium.
 

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no problem. I would also suggest, that you pull power wires for your HU/DSP from distro block too to prevent any possible issues with ground loop....
 
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