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hello, there are many options when wiring in new subwoofers. you need to make sure that your amp is stable on the impeadance you are looking for. just cause the subs are 4 ohms doesnt mean the amp is built to push 4 ohms stable. check the users manual if all matches up take these few things into consideration. typically the lower ohm signal pushed out of the amp is usually the strongest. example if your amp is 1 ohm stable it will deliver more power at 1 ohm than at 4 ohms. a resourcful tool is a website called 12volt.com hope this helps