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Make 4 sets of 3 speakers each. Wire each of 3 in series.+ to - and + to - and + to -. Do this for all 4 sets.

Then wire one set + to another set + and - to - ( parallel)

Wire the 2 remaining sets the same way

Then, wire the + from one 6 spkr set to the other + of the other 6 sprk set. Wire the ( - ) to the remaining ( - ).

This will all total 6 ohms which the amp can drive.

Posted on Sep 07, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Judging from the "10D", that most likely means 10 watts. 6.5 inch speaker, probably 8 ohms. Most amps of this nature have 8-Ohm speakers.

Their 12-watt and 15 watt amp have a 6.5". Their 20 watt amp has an 8". The 80 watt has a 12".

Hope this helps.

Their 12-watt and 15 watt amp have a 6.5". Their 20 watt amp has an 8". The 80 watt has a 12".

Hope this helps.

Mar 28, 2010 | Peavey Pv 2600 Power Amplifier

Its hard to tell what you can or cant do without knowing exactly which kenwood amp you are using. Generally speaking though most kenwood amps are stable only down to 2 ohms. you will be better off just using 2 of your 12s wired in parallel- that will give you a 2 ohm load. There is a way to use all 3 simply by wiring them in series, it will end up giving you a 12 ohm load on the amp though which will work fine but you wont ever achieve the full power that the amp can do.

Jan 17, 2010 | Kenwood Kfc-w3012 12" 2400 Watt Car Subs...

If the Alpine is run bridged at a 4 ohm impedance then yes this would be fine. The amp is 400 Watts x 1 at 4 ohms. The P3 ha a 500 Watt rms rating. Just verify the impedance of your speaker. If you have a DVC 4 ohm speaker if wired in parallel you would present a 2 ohm impedance to the amp, that is bad. What is the impedance of your speaker?

Dec 24, 2009 | Alpine MRV-T320 Car Audio Amplifier

This is a link to Kicker for your CVR12 Subs...if you have the 2 ohm version (2 ohms per voice coil) and you have 2 speakers ....you will need to wire EACH speakers voice coils in series to get 4 ohms from each speaker and then wire the 2 speakers in parallel.....as in....2 ohms in series with 2 ohms = 4 ohms....both speakers wired same way, then in Parallel with each other = 2 ohm load. Page 2 of this link gives examples of both series and parallel wiring of your speaker.

http://www.kicker.com/sites/default/files/2006CompVX.pdf

If you are still not sure as to my description of ' How To',

PLEASE respond and I will attempt to explain it EXACTLY via wiring directions.

http://www.kicker.com/sites/default/files/2006CompVX.pdf

If you are still not sure as to my description of ' How To',

PLEASE respond and I will attempt to explain it EXACTLY via wiring directions.

Nov 18, 2009 | Kicker CVR12 Car Subwoofer

+ on amp output to + on speaker #1 to + on speaker #2. - on amp output to - on speaker #1 to - on speaker #2. This is a parallel circuit....4 ohms in parallel with 4 ohms = 2 ohms. IF it were wired in series....would represent 8 ohm load.

Nov 12, 2009 | Kicker KX2500.1 Car Audio Amplifier

Is the speaker a dual voice coil speaker? If so you can wire it up a couple of diferent ways, go to rockfordfosgate.com they have a woolfer wiring wizard that can show you the different ways to wire for 8 ohm.....4 ohm.....2 ohm....and 1 ohm...I would figure out how to get the most power out of the amp in mono mode, take that ohm load from there and see if you can wire your speaker to match it.

Oct 08, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

Hello ronnieyannon,

A single 4 ohm speaker wired to each channel, like you have them wired, presents a 4 ohm load. And it appears that you have them connected properly. The 401s is only stable to 4 ohms when bridged, so if you were to parallel the 2 4 ohm subs in bridged mode, the load would be 2 ohms and the amp would most likely overheat and go into protection.

I'd wire them the way you have them wired.

Each channel of the amp outputs only 100 watts into 4 ohms. That is adequate for regular full-range speakers, component speakers, mid-range drivers, and even some small subs. But it is a little low on power for most subwoofer applications.

Hope this helps.

A single 4 ohm speaker wired to each channel, like you have them wired, presents a 4 ohm load. And it appears that you have them connected properly. The 401s is only stable to 4 ohms when bridged, so if you were to parallel the 2 4 ohm subs in bridged mode, the load would be 2 ohms and the amp would most likely overheat and go into protection.

I'd wire them the way you have them wired.

Each channel of the amp outputs only 100 watts into 4 ohms. That is adequate for regular full-range speakers, component speakers, mid-range drivers, and even some small subs. But it is a little low on power for most subwoofer applications.

Hope this helps.

Apr 22, 2009 | Rockford Fosgate Punch 401S Car Audio...

well to be honest your amp probly cant handel 3 speakers because of the impedance levels so just hook up 2 bridges out to + to - on one Speaker then from that same speaker run + and - to the next one

A= amp

S= speakers

A:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S

A= amp

S= speakers

A:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::S

Mar 22, 2009 | Car Audio & Video

Are they dual 2 ohm or dual 4 ohm?

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Thanks hope I got this right, sure would be nice if you could furnish a drawing. From what I gather you hook 3 speakers in series and then parallel them into one set.Do the same for the next set. Then take and hook the + from one set of six to the + of the other six, do the same for the - . Then hook the wires from the amp to the + and - of all sets.

IO----O----OI

----I I----

IO----O----OI

Above is one set I assume the other set is the same, I then tie them together + to + - to - and then back to the amp.

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