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MINE IS SAME STYLE ONLY SMALLER AND LESS WATTAGE I COULD NOT SEE THE WIRES ON THAT PICTURE IT NEEDED TO BE TURNED MORE WOULD I GET THE MOST OUT OF IT BY ONLY USING THE A SIDE SPEAKERS OR SHOULD I HOOK UP THE B SIDE ALSO

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  • john londrie Apr 18, 2008

    THANKS FOR THE INFO I HAVE NOT HEARD MUCH ABOUT THIS AMP BUT THERE IS PLENTY OF THE OTHERS LIKE ZUES AND THE OTHERS I AM GOING TO USE SOME OLD MTX 10 " 4 OHMS I DON'T KNOW ABOUT THE RMS'S THEY CAME IN A KICKER BOX WITH MIDS AND HIGHS I PUT THEM IN SMALLER BOXS THE 10" 'S AND PUT THEM BEHIND MY SEAT OF MY 1986 FORD F-150 PICK-UP I THINK I'LL SHAKE THE RUST A LOOSE HA HA HA

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You would definitely want to use both sets of wires; especially if you are wanting to get the best quality out of your subs. What subs are you planning to run on it anyway.? I'm going to research your amplfier some more. Do you happen to know the RMS of your amp? Keep me posted. I'll do the same. ;)

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  • Dalynn Turner Apr 19, 2008

    Your wires on the amp are color coded with + as a stripe and solid color for -, correct? Most amps run at 2 ohm stable, so that would be your best bet to avoid frying anything. You can email me at computeranalyst@live.com

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