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    Hey guys! I just received my PA D4000.4 today. The amp has a 4ch or stereo switch on it. I will only be using one set of components with it, an want to run 125X4 rms. Do i keep it on 4channel? or should i switch it to stereo?

    Thanks for all the help.

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    That switch is for your head unit outputs. If youre using a head unit with 2 RCA outputs, youd set it to 2 channel. This way youd hook the 2 RCA's from the head unit to the Front L and Front R inputs of the amp and it will send them to both front and back output channels of the amp.

    If your head unit has 4 RCA outputs, then youd set it to 4 channel.
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