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I need a diagram on how to wire my sub so it plays correct and l

I need a diagram on my hifonics atlas on how to wire my sub so it plays correct and lights up

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The LEd wires need a wire run from the speaker to the Fuse block in your car. The small Red wire from the LED will be the one that hooks to Swtiched 12 Volts supply on the fuse block so that your Led Turns on when you turn the keyswitch on. The Black wire goes to ground, or to a metal part of your cars body, probably the same point where your Amp is Grounded.

The Octane R10 is a Single Voice Coil or SVC.
AMP+ to Sub+
Amp- to Sub -
Use 12 guage wire.

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i would assume hooking it to the remote and ground of the amp

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SOURCE: have 2 blown square hifonics 12inch speakers

They probably will have to be reconed. Slight chance the flex leads have broken in which they MIGHT be repairable. If this occurred during playing very loud, you probably burned up the voice coils.

Have them reconed and then use an amplifier that maxes out at MUCH less power to drive them. Also fuse the speakers to protect them.

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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Hello chino2g,

For 3 DVC 4 ohm subs wired to a 2 ohm stable amp, your best option would be to wire all of the sub voice coils in series (individual 8 ohm loads) and then parallel the three subs for a final load of 2.67 ohms. There's really no other configuration. Here's the wiring diagram:

http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp?submitted=true&woofer_qty=3&woofer_imp=4

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In the case if you want to run each hamp to individually run each sub but sharing 3 farad capacitor: what i can suggest is that you connect in parallel one connecting wire of each input or ouput of the amp or sub. Its like connecting a connector from each of the input or output of the amp or sub to one leg of the capacitor, and connecting two wires to the other leg, one is being connected to the amp or sub and the other wire is connected to the other amp or sub.

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