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Your best bet is to bridge the speakers on one channel of the amp. Connect the +(red) connectors of the subs to the + connector on the amp, then the - (black) pole to the - on the amp. You now have two wires going to each connector on the amp. I am assuming the amp is connected to the radio and battery, and that the signal line is fitted, and the amp is earthed correctly.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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