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Why is there 4 termanals on the back of my speaker

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It is a dual voice coil subwoofer.

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Your Comp VR12 Subwoofer is a DVC (Dual Voice Coil) Sub. Depending on exactly which model you have it can be used in 4 possible ways.

1 Ohm Load
2 Ohm Load
4 Ohm Load
8 Ohm Load

Without the full model number I can't tell you which you have.

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