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I have a Pyle PLD3MU head unit and a sony XM-ZR1252 amp (2 channel) and the car has 2 door speakers, 2 rear deck speakers, and 2 12" subs. What is the best configuration to hook this up?

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Run your 12" subs off the amp make sure to Xover for bass only.
Try running the 4 speakers direct to the stereo may not be enough power, Might have to invest in another amp and speaker upgrade to get it sounding just right.
But its a place to start.

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The way the EQ is hooked up is correct.

You set the factory radio to a set level, then use the volume on the EQ for everyday adjustments.

I believe your problem lies in the amplification.
Your BOSE amplifier was made to run a 4 channel 8ohm stero load.
Low powered - high in sound quality.

You have swapped the factory 8 ohm speakers (15W) for 4 ohm power hungry ones.
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You would be best served eliminating the factory amplifier and getting 1 good 4 or 5 channel amp to power your speakers.

a 4 channel amplifier could be used stereo (left and right) on channels 1 and 2, (2ohm stereo load)
and bridge channels 3 and 4 for your subwoofer.

For a true surround sound - a 5 channel amplifier could run each speaker individually, and the 5th channel is reserved for the subwoofer.

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