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Have 2 -12" inch eclipse sw6200 with two positive and negative hook up idk how to hook up from amp

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It will depend on the capability of your amp. Each sub has dual voice coils (DVC). Each voice coil is (probably) 4 ohms. If your amp is a single channel, 1 ohm stable amp, you can connect all of the voice coils from both subs in parallel on the amp output. Other configurations will depend on the amp's number of channels and minimum resistance your amp can withstand.

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Hook up the battery, (the negative post) and then put the fuse in. This is the best choice because if you put in the fuse and then put the negative post back in and the wires slip when putting in the negative post, the fuse might blow due to the sparks. You will then need to get another fuse, which also mean sending more money.

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You could use either or both. I would use the charger in the house. The only thing is that if you have a big amp, the charger may not work at high volumes because the bass may draw too much power. The best way it will work is to hook them both together but I dont recommend you charging a batt in the house.

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the amp is no where near strong enough that sound you hear is called hard clipping and it will destroy your subs in minutes. depending on what model JL subs you have I can sell you a better amp.

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i have 2 subs and 2 amps both wired properly but one bose not seem to run how can i fix the problem please really stuck?

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