Question about Kenwood 12" 4-Ohm Single-Voice-Coil Subwoofer
Yes, you sure could. Each sub is a 4 ohm load. When you put them in a box connect a wire from the + terminal on each speaker, and connect that to the + terminal on the box. Do the same from each - terminal, connecting to the - terminal on the box.
This is called "wiring in parallel" and it will split the load in half, so you present a 2 ohm load to the amp. Since your amp is rated down to 1 ohm, it will work just great.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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