Wiring Codes for SX and HCCA Orange = Right Positive Black/Orange = Right Negative Yellow = Left Positive Black/Yellow = Left Negative Blue = Remote Turn On
You can remove the bottom of the amp and the colors can be deciphered as to which goes to which pin in the plug. Go to this link on AmpGuts for a reference. http://www.ampguts.realmofexcursion.com/Orion_HCCA250/
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From what I am able to determine, the Orion HCCA250 is a bridgeable 2-channel amp that is stable to 1ohm when bridged and outputs 800 watts RMS into that load.
The JL W6's in both 10" and 12" versions are dual voice coil with 4ohm coils so they can be wired to present either an 8ohm load (series) or a 2ohm load (parallel). They can handle 600 watts RMS.
With this combination, the best configuration would be to wire the sub voice coils in parallel for a 2ohm load and then parallel both subs to the amp bridged terminals for a final impedance of 1ohm. The subs will each be getting 400 watts.
In any event, I would not recommend running subs in series. There is some evidence for distortion being caused by something termed "back EMF".
Your speaker is a dual 2ohm sub. If you have both voice coils wired Parallel that will drop the ohm load to 1, which the amp can not handle. You need to wire the voice coils in series. Treat each voice coil as a speaker.
i can make this relatively simple. 2 stages: Stage (1) wiring the Sub inside the box; Unscrew the SUB from the Box, (& undo the wires) Connect both +Positive terminals on the SUB to the +Positive terminal on the inside of your BOX. Connect both -Negative terminals on the SUB to the -Negative terminal on the inside of your Box, Then screw the SUB back into the Box. u Have just wired yr sub in parallel. any Amplifier will see it as 1woofer with 1OHMs resistance.
Stage (2) bridging your amp (please check Amplifier instructions on which terminals to use) generally you use "LEFT -Negative" and "Right +Positive" and connect to the corresponding terminals on the Sub Box. Hope that helps someone.
this actually could be your amp...try turning the gain down slowly and you will hear the bumping either stop or become morelike music background thanmusic foregroud. i had this problem with an older amplifier and i fixed it by getting a larder power/ground wire size and decreasing the gain a little.