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I would like to know the watts for my F10a 10in 4ohm freeair kicker subwoofer

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that amp should work fine with those speakers,just make sure that they(speakers)are wired for 2 ohms.at 500-600watts coming from amp, you should be getting 250-300 watts per speaker,just dont crank your gain too high on the amp.

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SOURCE: how to wire kicker 07cvr124 4ohm duel voicecoil 12in sub to my rockford fosgate 4channel punch 600r amplifyer

run the positive from one voice coil the the negative on th other than take th left over positive from one voice coil and the negative from the other and bridge it to the amp use the blue sub wire but u will have to buy a 1 unto to splitter to hook up ur rcas from amp

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