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I got two visonik comp 10s hooked to in a series to a planet audio 900d ( not 1 ohm) well i got another 900 d amp and i wanna hook up a 12 in a different box how can i do it with out buying another wiring kit??? any way just to slave the amps or what need advice please thanks

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Buy a distributor block split it in to 2. Use the main wire from the battery and then wye it off on the distributor block using a 80 amp ATC fuses. then use the remaining wire.

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