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Speakers won't play ''loud at all '' Just Very faint

Infinity Reference Speakers - Don't Sound Load at all. We hear sound, but very low. They are Infinityt Reference 200.5 8.OHM 15-150 Watts. The # on them show 331050 but there is also this # J261-834100 neither of the numbers say:

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They dont sound loud because you need to use the DUAL voice coils and make it 2 Ohms. Google " how to bridge a dual voice coil sub"

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