Question about Phoenix Gold Octane-R 15.0:1 Car Audio Amplifier
Parallel would be the best way to wire them. 2 4 ohms subs to one channel wired parallel would be a 2 ohm load for that channel and if u wire them series then 2 4ohm subs to one channel would be an 8 ohm load for that channel.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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No sound. The system cord and/or speaker cord is not connected. Check the connection.
The audio cord is not connected to AUDIO IN (VCR)
and/or DIGITAL IN (DBS) correctly.
Connect the cord correctly. (A pg. 13)
An incorrect source has been selected. Select the correct source. (Apg. 17)
The decode mode is not set correctly. Select the proper decode mode. (A pg. 35)
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