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    i need help with my wiring

    i have 2 l7 4ohm dvc, i plan and wiring it to 2ohm, my question is that i am running this through a 850.2. it says that will produce 425 rms x 2. does that mean each channel will get 425 or both channels will equal 425? also, if i do decide to bridge it, is it ok to run 2 positive and 2 negative wires when i bridge? any help will be greatly appreciated.







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    Re: i need help with my wiring

    Each channel is 425w.

    Bridge the channels and run them at 4 ohms



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    Re: i need help with my wiring

    Quote Originally Posted by ultimate157 View Post
    Each channel is 425w.

    Bridge the channels and run them at 4 ohms
    which is to say...

    do this --



    using the "bridge" terminals on the amp

    And FWIW - don't crank the gain.




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