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I got 8 terminals on a my 15 audiobahn sub how do i hook at 2ohm load

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    blueextc3221 May 11, 2010

    what is the model # of the sub?

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Yes audiobahn do make a QUAD coil, and some people get confused with the - - + + on the terminal, This is called a dual lug, Check out Audiobahn.com and go to tech suport. Thier you can look up the wiring diagram for this sub... TRUST ME hope this was helpful positive feed back be nice lol

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You should only have 4 for a dual voice coil sub. i dont remember audiobahn having a quad coil or 4 voice coils. get us a pic of all the terminals. and what ohm are the coils themselves.

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