Question about Lanzar MAXP124D Car Speaker
Here are the specs for your speaker.
The eight terminals are actually 4 with double slide ons for each. Each side has a + (positive)
and a - (negative) with 2 connectors at each connection point.
It is a dual voice coil thus 2 sets of inputs.
If you have a 4 ohm amplifier then you are ready to go with a left to one side's terminal and a right amp output going to the other. If you have 2 speakers this can get wild because you can run them in parallel
or series and reduce the impedance to 2 ohms if your amp is 2 ohm stable. If not-dont do it!
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Look for the DVC (dual voice coil) info.
"The image below shows the DVC speaker wired to both channels of a stereo amplifier. Each channel of the amplifier drives a 4 ohm load. " This looks like what you have to do.
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