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I am just adding a thee way sub box to my fagtory system and dont know how to wire it.

I have a three sub woofer box that i think the subs are to be wired in series, can you show me a picture how to do that?

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    Tim Bahr Jun 03, 2009

    they are Boss subs 4 ohm's each and all 10'' they are all the same.

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    cuvilldj May 11, 2010

    What type of subs ? Size, how many voice coils ?

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There are a few ways to hook up three subs. You just need to know how many ohms per sub and, haow many voice coils...
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    cuvilldj Jun 02, 2009

    Try this . Sorry you couldn't see it.

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