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DON'T KNOW WHAT WIRING KIT TO USE FOR 400WATT 4 CHANNEL AMP

I HAVE A JENSEN 400WATT LXA AND 2 12INCH 500 WATT SUBWOOFERS. WHAT IS THE CORRECT AMP WIRING KIT FOR ME TO PURCHASE? PLEASE HELP ME

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Well i will let you know now that 400 watts running into two subs like that will never match. You will want to run only one sub or get a bigger amp. But for that amp a standard 6 gauge power wire will be sufficient to run it. The ground wire about 4 gauge is good.

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