Question about Phoenix Gold Octane-R 5.0:1 Car Audio Amplifier
That depends on what impedence the subs are. If they are 4 ohms each then just parallel them to the amp + to + and - to - on both of them that will give you a 2 ohm mono load which is fine for that amp.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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