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I have the lanzer mxa282 amp and 2 15 '' power acoustik they are the pw2 series subs the subs say that they are 1300watts max how should i hook up the + and - fro the amp to the subs becouse thise subs have 2+and2-pleas help

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Here's your best bet. Crutchfield magazine has THE best site for training. The link to the page for you is http://www.crutchfield.com/learningcenter/car/subwoofers_wiring.html
You will need to know how many voice coils your sub has, how many ohms and how many channels you amp has, then click the appropriate link. Good luck and don't forget to leave "FixYa" for feedback.

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