Question about Kicker CVR15-4 Car Subwoofer
If you are wanting to run them bridges, I'm going to assume each voice coil is 4 ohms, then what you want to do is as follow
So on the diagram here, I know its silly, but you'll hook a wire from lead 3 to 1, that will bridge the positive side dow. Then you will hook a wire from lead 4 to lead 2. From lead 1 and 2, run your speaker wire to the terminals on the box. Now if you have a mono block amp, its not going to affect. If you have a 2 channel amp that is bridgeable, be careful. Some amps are not 1 ohm stable. Try and see. Good Luck.
Posted on May 03, 2010
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