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Gm-x304 bridgable amp. Im trying to hook that up to 1 12" sub also I cant get the sub to power on. Do you need to hook up the remote off cable to make it power on? So how would I plug the wires for the sub in if I dont have a wire harness. Or where could I find a wire harness for this sub?

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SOURCE: two amp

my peavey is set at max,my subs are 2ohm so my amp will is set at 2ohm...

if i had 2 power amps,why would one sound louder then the other?

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I hook up my 2 outdoor speakers to a Denon 3805.....P.S no remote

PUT YOUR OUTDOOR SPEAKERS INTO SURROUND BACK SPEAKER "PORTS"AS YOU CALL THEM GEMMEG THEN GO TO UR SET UP MENU AND SWITCH ON ZONE 2 OR IT MAY BE AS SIMPLE AS A SWITCH ON THE FRONT OF YOUR AMP.IFF YOU STILL HAVE NO SOUND YOU MAY HAVE 2 TURN THE VOLUME UP FOR ZONE 2.ALSO SOME AMP NEED TO HAVE THE SOURCE ; IE WHAT U WANT 2 PLAY INTO ZONE 2 FOR EXAMPLE YOUR CD PLAYER.HOPE THIS HELPS ,IFF NOT GET BACK 2 ME 2 C IFF I CAN DO ANYTHING ELSE.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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SOURCE: vsx 406 and htp200sw sub

THERE SHOULD BE AN RCA PLUG SAYING SUB OUT IN THE BACK OF THE RECIVER AMD SUB IN ON THE BACK OF THE SUB. JUST TAKE AN RCA PLUG AND CONNECT THEM.IF THE SUB HAS TWO JACKS JUST PICK ONE BOTH DONT HAVE TO BR FILLRD

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: im trying to hook up a sub-woofer to my reciever.

You can get rca jack ends at any electronics store.So no you don't need a new sub.

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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SOURCE: 2 ohm dvc and monoblock sub amp

Yes. When you run two-two ohm subs to a monoblock amp its on the same channel meaning there ran parallel, and that makes it one ohm and most mono-blocks won't read one ohm. Are you popping fuses in the amp?

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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