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A kicker 600.1 wired to a jl w7 10" sub? Will that work?

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The kicker 600.1 provides 600 watts at 2 ohms and 300 watts at 4 ohms the 10" JL W7 has 2 1.5 ohm voice coils so you will have to wire them in series. Take about 1.5 feet of 14 gauge wire and connect the positive of one voice coil to the negative of the other then the positive and negative that are left go to the amp. Your impedance should be 3 ohms and that amp should work just fine.

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SOURCE: subwoofer wiring diagram

parallel wiring. hook all 4 positives together and run to the positive output from the amp, hook all 4 negatives together and run to the negative output from the amp.

hope this helps,
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SOURCE: kicker solobaric l5 12''

how to wire a kicker solo baric l5 12'' 4ohm down 2 and 1 ohm

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SOURCE: one of 2 subs stopped working.

ya the sub is blown or the amp channel is blown

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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SOURCE: how do you wire up the voice coils on the w3 subs i have 4 jl 15s

Hi their the best link ever to wire up subs is this:

http://www.crutchfield.com/S-s8dIAxJtgx2/learn/learningcenter/car/subwoofers_wiring.html

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SOURCE: show me how to connect my wires on my kicker l7

Are you using a cross over?

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