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Were the negative and positive post....

I got a 10" sub with a total of four post on the back of it...two pos. and two neg. i took it in to get it a new box and the people moved the posts around..and i cant remember where they go...i noticed a wierd sound from it after i got it back. when i looked at the back i noticed the post were moved...i havent used it since...can you help me put them in the right place?

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    wiring diagram for 10 sub . two pos and two neg.what goes to what? do i go pos to neg and neg to pos?

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    how do u hook up audiobahn immortals they have 8 post 4 (-) & (+)?



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Some one help me i got audiobahn immortals a they have 4 (-) and 4 (+) how do i hook them up as 2 ohms?

Posted on Jan 24, 2008


Thats not the correct way to bring a dual 4ohm speaker down to 2ohm bridged.. the correct way is to hook both negatives together, n then both positives together. run 1 wire from negatives to negative terminal on amp. run 1 wire from positives to positive terminal on amp. done

Posted on Jun 24, 2007


The Diagram shows the impedance in series, in which case the impedance as seen by the amp is 8 ohms (for dual 4 ohm) or 4 ohms (for dual 2 ohm).

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If it isnt this way try this, Take the + Lead from the amp to the + on the Sub, Cross from the - on the first side to the + on the other set of posts, then take the - from the second set of posts to the - one your amp. I assuem this is a Dual 4 Ohm and will bring that down to a 2ohm which induces more power from your amp and should be louder it could be 2X2 1

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

  • Elijah Bell Feb 17, 2007

    I Meant that to come out 2X2 which would come down to 1 but you have to make sure your amp is one ohm stable, Some arent. Hope this helps


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