Wiring 4-channel amp to run front comp's and sub
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    Wiring 4-channel amp to run front comp's and sub

    Don't have an amp yet but thinking about Kenwood eXcelon XR-4S which has RCA inputs. I get the output, channel 1/2 to the comp's and channel 3/4 bridged to the sub but I can't get the inputs straight in my head. I also want to run the factory rear speakers off the factory H/U. 2011 WRX no nav.Thank you for any advice.
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    Ch 1/2 for the speakers
    Ch 3/4 bridged for the subwoofer

    Which components? Which sub?
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    I understand the outputs, 1/2 for the speakers and 3/4 bridged for the sub (changed my original post to be more clear) and I know I'll have to use a line output converter, I am interested in how to wire the amp's inputs.

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