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I am trying to locate installation and setup manuals for a mac audio mac attack 600, 6 channel amp / subwoofer filter

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If you can't locate them, I could walk you through it.
It would take a complete description of your current system and what you hope to achieve, if anything.
High quality pics of all amp connections and controls followed by a phone call.
Having done several thousand installs, I have pretty much seen everything, but with 6 channels and internal x-overs it gets a little complicated, but definitely do-able. Let me know
Regards, Paul

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According to the specifications, the amp is capable of "tri-mode" operation, that is, running normal speakers on the individual channels while also powering a subwoofer in bridged mode.

Your sub needs to be a minimum of 4ohms and should be relatively efficient. I'd look for a sub that has an RMS power range of from about 75 watts up to a maximum of 250 watts.

The sub connects to the leftmost speaker terminal (positive - right channel) and the rightmost speaker terminal (negative - left channel).

It's not going to be a really loud subwoofer. The power is 360 watts RMS which will be shared by the normal speakers and subwoofer.

Hope this helps.

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Hi dougal,
The power cable size depends on how many watts the amp is rated at (realistic) RMS with all channels driven at 20 to 20K.
Buy the largest cable you can afford as you never know when you may add another amp,
Though with 6 channels it should handle almost any reasonable sound system configuration, such as, front, rear fill and the sub/s.
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Pos. to Pos. and Neg. to Neg. and then wire as explained above it will present a 2 Ohm load to the amplifier, any good amp can handle that. If in doubt check the specs.
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