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Wiring problem dont no how to wire the speaker it self 1500w audiobahn

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    dont know how to wire speaker itself

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You will need a amplifer (i would suggest atlest a 1000w amp) and you will need to wire positive on the speaker(+) to the positive on the amp, same for the negative(-)
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Wire to what?

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