Yep, that’s what I was asking. I’ll just sum it at the subs then. I was just doing it this way to snake less cables to the subs. But It’s completely doable to run separate L&R signals to it. I basically have two DACs for two different systems in the same room. Neither DAC has a sub-out. So I run summed signals from each DAC (separately) into an RCA switch. Then from the switch to the subs. This way I can easily switch the subs from system to system depending which I’m giving priority to at the moment. But the rca switch is a stereo switch so it’s just a matter cabling it a little different.As I understand it, you are using a Y-Splitter "in reverse" to combine the L/R channels into one RCA output? If so: Don't! You're essentially shorting the channels - the output stages might not like that and the result won't be a correctly summed signal. If you really want to downmix stereo->mono on RCA, you can either use a DSP device or a passive summing box like this. If you can avoid the summing because the sub has stereo inputs, it's probably best to use those. I'd expect that the subwoffer has the correct summing circuit built in.
Thanks for the help.