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How do i connect the wires to the my 15'' solobaric kickers L5 since they have 2 reds and 2 blacks

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  • xvrh Jun 15, 2008

    i want to know how many ohms i need to get the best out of my ten inch solobaric L5.i ma powering it with a 1000 watt sony explode amp two channel.

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Hi there james. What you can do is connect the cables as normal. 2 to the left, 2 to the right. Then at the cable's end you need to mix the red left cable with the right red cable, and so on with the blacks. and its done. Now instead of 4 cables you have two. If you need further explanation please ask

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