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I have a sony deck with a 200 terminatorand 2 legacy 12" subs. i hook everything up an when i hook up the remote wire the light turns from green to red an it whistles the subs **** up.

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Your giving a wrong load / Ohms impediance to your amplifier.
What are the specifications of your subwoofer? Is it SVC 4ohms or DVC 4ohms or DVC 2ohms? Whats the specs of your amplifier?

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