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Kenwood kac-7204 1000w amp with 12 in sub what size wires nedded to use

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Bigger the better my friend. Look at your Peak RMS output, and how long of wire you need. Then you could make the judgment call on how thick or what gauge you need. (2 involved factors power + distance). id say 10 gauge and you would be fine.

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