Question about Kenwood KAC-728S Car Audio Amplifier
If both subs are dual voice coil, you can wire one voice coil to other voice coil on each sub. Do this by running the ground of each coil to the ground of the other coil. Do the same for the positive. After doing this on both subs, you should have one ground and one positive per sub. Hook one up to the left channel of amp and one up to the right....This should work for you. If your amp plays for a while then goes into protection mode, then it cannot handle the ohm load.
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