Question about Kenwood Car Audio & Video
No diagram but you can printthis out. Choose 1 set of inputs for the subs on the amp (I usually use the low or rear which ever has more settings) You need to put the settings to low hertz and no high settings. Now in the output side you're going to use the positive side of the right side speaker and the negative side of the left side speaker (you can switch left or right as long as they are opposite sides!). Lets start with the negative wire connect it to the negative input on one of the subs, connect the positive wire to the positive input on the OTHER sub, then get an extra wire to connect the inputs not used on both subs. Adjust settings in amp and radio and if it doesn't sound good use negative and positive outputs from one single output (only left or only right) Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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