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First you have to determine if your amp can run a 2 ohm load. If it can, (check the manufacturers documentation on the specs for the amp) then just wire the positive to the positive on the amp, and the negative to the negative on the amp. This assumes that the amp is a mono or one channel amp. If it is a two channel amp, you may be able to bridge it, if the amp can run that way. (Positive of one channel to the positive on the sub, then the negative of the second channel to the negative on the sub. MAKE SURE THE AMP CAN DO THIS BEFORE WIRING IT THIS WAY!!
This could blow the channel (cause damage to the amp) if it is not supported.
If you list model and manufacturer of amp, I can assist with more certainty.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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