Question about MTX JackHammer JH600 Car Audio Amplifier
Well if the amp is a mono block for sure you just choose any combination of 1 positive and 1 negative to wire your subs. They are actually summed inside the amp. meaning both positives go to the same terminal inside and both negatives to the same negative on the inside. It's just that way for ease of wiring in high wattage and multi sub systems
Posted on May 31, 2010
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