I have a Koiiler XM-7676 amp, but I don't know how the wires are connected from 10" subwoofer speakers(4ohms) to amp. And how the power is distributed even between both speakers. I tried connecting them, but got one speaker sounding louder then the other. Obviously one is getting more power than the other. On the amp you got R+,L- and R-,L+(bridged)terminals. How do i connect the speakers to amp with even power? Any help is appreciated,thanks.
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Re: Need help in wiring speakers to amp.
The right speaker will connect to the R+ and R- terminals and the left speaker will connect to the L+ and L- terminals. Only one speaker per connection. If both speakers are not exactly the same brand, part number,size, etc. then they may NOT sound the same. Be sure to watch the polarity of the speakers so they don't interfere with each other. I.E. speaker + to amp + etc. Good luck.
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Sometimes i goes into protection when the amp is overloading with power.. Or the amp is touching metal.. Or the ground wire aint in the right place..Or check your RCA's, Speaker wires? if their earthing your amp..
if the amp has a 2 outputs then i would wire the two 4ohms together, and the 2ohm by itself. and if its a 4 channel output then wire them all sepretly, if its a 1 channel output then wire the two 4ohms together and leave the 2ohm sub out
Your sub has dual 2ohm voice coils and can be wired to present a final load to the amplifier of either 1ohm or 4ohms. Unless you have an amp that is stable at 1ohm (not many are), then you will want to use the 4ohm wiring. To wire for 4ohms, jumper the positive terminal of one voice coil to the negative of the other terminal, and connect the remaining positive and negative terminals to your amp. If you know for SURE that your amp is stable at 1ohm, you can connect both positives and both negatives together on the sub and then to the amp. But if the amp 1ohm stable, this will result in overheating, and/or going into "protection" mode, and/or damage to the amp.
That sub has dual 4-ohm voice coils. It can be wired either as 2-ohm, 4-ohm, or as 8-ohm.
2-ohm = voice coils in parallel (both positives and both negatives connected to your speaker amp out wires).
4-ohm = use only 1 voice coil (either is OK).
8-ohm = voice coils in series (connect the positive of one voice coil to the negative of the other and connect the remaining positive and negative to your speaker amp out wires).
If the amp doesn't power on at all after switching the deck, the most likely problem is the remote turn-on wire. (The subwoofer options might prevent sound from reaching the amp, but it would still switch on). Where is the remote wire from the amplifier connected at the back of the new deck?