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What is Positive and what is Negative

I have 2-12" mtx thunder 6000 subs that are dual 4 ohm but there is no markings on the subs to tell which place is positive & which is negative. Any help would be apreciated

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Hi Mason.
Are the positions colour coded in any way?
Red = Positive
Black = Negative
I've looked at some photo's from the website and at a guess I would say that yours are the push on crimp types, so no colour markings.
Have a look at the pdf wiring diagram they supply here as it may shed some light on things:
MTX Thunder US-XT12-44
I've looked over loads of forums but none seem to mention the wiring of these subs.
Understandably you want to get this right as they are a very nice set of subs when they're up and running.
If all else fails try looking at the MTX contact list and ringing one of their supported dealers for more info.
Regards
Mike

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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