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Firstly, lay all 3 speakers face down next to each other. Note the connections +- +- +-. The first + will go to the amplifier. The next terminal(-) will be connected to the center speaker(+). Take the center speaker (-) and connect to last speaker (+). The last terminal(-) will go to amplifier. Please note that your amplifier has a bridge section which is normally the first + and the last- on the two channels. Connect your woofers on the bridge.
you blew a voice coil or two if its a dvc. all youll see is the copper winding is a blueish in color because its burned and could not carrie the singal ...just take it apart ..cut the top all the way around and same on the bottom on the holder its what stops the sub from coming.to far out. then pull it out..
If the L5 has 4 ohm voice coils, you simply wire both voice coils in parallel, both marked and unmarked positive terminals together and to the amp and likewise with the negative terminals. If the L5 has 2 ohm voice coils, it cannot be wired to 2 ohms.
Make sure to tune the amp according to the subs. Turn all the levels down on the amp, then start with turning up the gain till you can tell the sub is struggling, from there turn up the crossover to around 120hz. Then adjust the gain again as now it will prolly be to high. Also it depends on how you have the subs wired up.
well actually most subs come with their diagrams! If you search on the internet and you find it, you can find many stores which can help you make a sub enclosure. It will not cost much, but remember that the spaces needed for each sub to work perfect varies... so take it to an expert if you want maximum performance. There is no "Staples"in my country, but many audio stores offer wood custom enclosures.