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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.
the rca connections should run from the back of your stereo to the amp, the remote wire should be a blue one in your radio wiring harness. now for battery power, its best to run a seperate wire from the positive post on your battery. the ground wire should be ran as close to the amp as possible. hope this helps, if not let me know what i left out.
You have to have a power source going to the remote wire, there's most likely a remote wire on the deck, which you can connect it to. You don't necessarily have to have it hooked up properly, I've seen people run a small wire from the rem to the postive on the amp, though it makes it all-time power which will drain your battery over-time, also I've seen my buddies blow amps from that, lol. Probably not the best choice.
What brand of reciever are you using. Most pioneers have a floating signal ground and the shield of the input at the amp needs to be connected to chassi ground. Also if you had a previous amp failure and the power ground in your old amp opened the current to power the amp will flow through the signal ground of the reciever and burn the copper trace on the circuit board in the reciever. test this by connecting signal cable shield to car reciever chassi.
depending on the power consumption of the amp u will need to run a 4-12 ga wire to the positive battery terminal. then u need to ground it with a wire connected to a clean ground like a chassis bolt. next u need preamp outputs on ur deck to send audio signals to the amp. lastly u need to hook up a remote wire to the blue wire in ur cd player harness
this is a safey feature in your amp. you are drawing too much power for the amp to put out so i shuts off when the breaking point of the total rms calue is reached. i would suggest getting a more powerfull amp, a larger ground/powerwire combo, or a farad capacitor to balancethe powerin andthe power out.