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Trying to wire my amp to my subs

I have two Rockford Fosgate P2D210 subs and an Infinity Reference 1211a amp. I do not really know how to wire them, right now I have a positive and negative on each sub wired together then a positive from the amp going to each of the positive terminals on the sub same thing for negative, is that right?

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Re: trying to wire my amp to my subs

No thats not it you are lucky you havent burned it up like that. wire each speaker to its own source positive and negative, you loose power when you bridge an amp and use two speakers, its best to hook up without bridging you will get more volume that way.

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