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How should I wire a 4 channel amp for alpine sps 600, 609

How should I wire a 4 channel amp for alpine sps 600 & 609's? A diagram would be greatly appreciated. I could use step by step instuctions as well. Thanks for the help.

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They are only 4 ohm speakers so just put the front speakers on channels 1&2 or a&b and the rear on 3&4 or c&d since you are using a 4 channel amp thats what they are designed for

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