Question about Sony Xplod (P589) Car Subwoofer
You haven't supplied any model #s so its impossible to say - but Kenwoods don't normally like 2 ohm mono loads.
You're going to have to either use one channel @ 2 ohm... or use each subwoofer per channel on the amp.
For a 2 Ohm mono load - wire all positives and all negatives from each sub to the amplifier's respective (bridged) terminals.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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