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How to brige 4ohm 12"sub primire by prioeer double coil

I hook both 12"sub up to amp,1 ch + and 2ch-what i;am i doing wrong

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You can't run TWO subs on the bridge!!!!! You will destroy the amp! Put ONE sub on EACH channel.

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