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Subwoofers help i have 2 subwoofers and 1 of the subwoofer seems to be thumping a little harder what is the problem with my other speaker?

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Actually the input wires from stereo may be crossed or one may be faulty.
i kn ow because i had same problem about three weeks ago

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Wire them up this way and see what happens. Bridge your amps output.

Amp+ to Sub1+
Sub1- to sub2+
Sub2- to Amp -

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