Question about Kicker Solo-Baric L7 S12L7 Car Subwoofer
Wire them parallel and pray to god that amp dosnt explode. jkjk
it really depends on what the ohm ratings are for the voice coils you could wire two subs serial and the other two serial and then run both sets parallel.
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