I'm planning on eventually adding a second amp (4-channel) to my car audio setup (I only have one for my sub, the HU is doing the rest of the work with the speakers). However, there are a couple of questions I had: 1. I only have one RCA output on my HU...so I only have one RCA cable available. How am I supposed to hook up a second amp? I REALLY don't have the money for an extra HU. I was wondering if there was some way to split the RCA cable to hook up to both amps (hopefully without degrading sound quality)? EDIT: I think I got #1 figured out. Thanks 2. I have an 8-gauge power cable running to my current amp. I'd also not like to have to replace that. If I were to get a new fuse holder and fuse (maybe 80-amps, which my 8-gauge SHOULD be able to handle with its length), and then get a power distributor, would that be sufficient for both amps? I doubt my new amp will be over 300-400 Watts RMS (my sub amp is 200 Watts RMS). Here's the problem with 2, though...I can't find a power distrubutor that has an 8-gauge input (either that or I'm really bad at look or reading details)...generally it's 4-gauge or bigger. Is there a power distributor that has an 8-gauge input?