Question about Car Audio & Video
Since the the subs are 4ohms & the amp's highest output is @ a 2 ohm load, you will need to wire the subs in parallel to the amp. When speakers are wired in parallel it reduces the resistance the amp feels on it's output. In "parallel" means connecting the + terminals of each speaker to the + terminal of the amp. Then connect the - terminals of each speaker to the - terminal of the amp. Make sure you use the correct wire size called for the spk mfg. That's it. If you need additional help, let me know.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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