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How do wire my subs 'two 4-ohm l7's subs, mono amp: 2-ohm load

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    Ohm for 8 inch sub

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This should help you
http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp

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When you drop the Ohms and put them together, they go even lower. 2ohm + 2ohm = 1ohm which ur amp is not capable of. try this, with one subwoofer on one voice coil connect the positive (+) and negative(-) together(the ones without the dots) and the ones with the dots run to the speaker terminal like normal. do this for both speakers

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this is what you did...

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this is what you want...

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    sepsi Feb 12, 2008

    sorry....this is the way you want to wire the subs



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    when you drop the Ohms and put them together, they go even lower. 2ohm + 2ohm = 1ohm which ur amp is not capable of. try this, with one subwoofer on one voice coil connect the positive (+) and negative(-) together(the ones without the dots) and the ones with the dots run to the speaker terminal like normal. do this for both speakers


    this is what you did...


    this is what you want....

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Like this. Go to this link for a diagram:

http://www.crutchfield.com/learningcenter/car/subwoofers_wiring.html?imageID=2DVC%5F4%2Dohm%5Fmono

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