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Visonik V12D4 SORRY THIS IS THE CORRECT SUB. DISREGUARD THE V-128D4 Visonik V12D4 12-in 600 watt duel voice coil to aLegacy LA568Predator Series 2 Channel800 Watt BridgeableMosfet Car Amplifier withRemote Control Bass. HOW SHOULD I WIRE THESE FOR BEST SOUND? Thank You.

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  • kjack20 Jun 18, 2009

    Could you make a diagram on how my 2 12's would hook up to the amp?

  • kjack20 Jun 18, 2009

    I have 4 prongs in the back of the subs negative and positive on each side of subs on the box.

  • kjack20 Jun 18, 2009

    Sorry can you also send me a diagram for the series wiring for the subs i can't find the, remeber i have 2 prongs on each sub running to the back negative and positive.

  • kjack20 Jun 19, 2009

    Disreguard all the following questions all I need is a diagram showing how to wire the subs to the amp i have a - + and - +



    Thank You very much

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I would wire the coils of each sub in series which would yield an 8 ohm resistive load per sub - and then wire the subs in parallel to the amp which would bring the resistance back to 4 ohms for a bridged load which will give you max power handling from the subs and draw the full power of the amp at the same time

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  • hoyzee1 Jun 19, 2009

    i just read your reply a little closer- okay if there are four terminal posts per chamber on the box then just wire the subs normally to the posts on the inside- that way we are just dealing with the outside of the box- the wiring is relatively the same though- you will jump a short wire from the first negative to the next positive -so your connection for the amp will be at the first positive and the last negative for that speaker do the same on the other chamber of the box and wire them parallel to the amp -any questions call me -801-548-8352 names greg

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