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Out of Cycle Subwoofer

How would I go about fixing an out of cycle sub in an enclosed box?...any help would be appreciated thanks!

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    my bad wrong forum sorry

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Just reverse the positive and negative on one speaker

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If you want to know the procedure for building a great Sub box. go to this aritcle.

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