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Juan Zavala Posted on May 11, 2007
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Need help in wiring speakers to amp.

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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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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I just got a koiiler 7676 and need to wire it to a 4 ohm fosgate sub. how do i bridge the amp? Is there a button or switch that I need to move? or do I just wire them up as shown on the terminals?

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