That subwoofer has dual 4ohm voice coils, if your amp can handle 2 ohms, you would put a wire from the positive (+) on the amp to the positive on both connectors on the sub, then hook the negative (-) on the amp to the negative on both the sub connectors that will be a 2 ohm load on your amp make sure your amp at 2 ohms is not more than 600 watts RMS or 1200 max.
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need more info,what ohm load are spkrs? are they single voice coil or dual? if dual what ohm dual 2 or dual 4? what amp are you planning to use? stereo amp or mono block? if mono block what make and model? what style box are you using,sealed or ported?
look to see if somthin got in there and if not if the subwoofer is ok you might have to much of a high signal going in to the sub. Sub are only reted for low Hz and not High Hz and if you get a high in to the sub the cole cant moves fast to me the high Hz that is getting.
The best way to fix that is with a crossover and make shour that you crossove is for lowbuypass only.
answer depends on what kind of Ohm Load your amplifier is capable of as a lowest allowed setting.
ie if you have a 1400W at 4 Ohm amplifier, the connection would need to be different than a 1400W at 2 ohm amplifier.
also, on the speaker what is the rated ohm load per coil since it's a quad coil speaker (should say somewhere on it's box, or in it's manual. I'd assume 4 ohm per coil)
we'll do that math after you get those figures in to me.