Question about Kicker Solo-Baric L5 Car Subwoofer
Your woofer has 4 terminals because it is a dual voice coil woofer. It has two electrically seperate coils wound together. This can be used two ways. If you have one woofer only and a two channel amp, each channel can be fed to its own voice coil on the woofer. The other way would be to wire them in parallel to get a 2 ohm impedance or in series to get an 8 ohm impedance or just use one coil to get a 4 ohm impedance. If the negative broke off of one the other should still be good. This would usually be 4 ohm for each coil. The other broken coil can be repaired but it would require removal of the surround and spider from the frame and if you have never done this before it isn't recommended you try it. If you are running a dual channel amp you may want to bridge it to one channel if you are to use one woofer with one coil only. If you have a pair of woofers, use one coil on the other as well since the loads(Ohms) should be equal to each other.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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