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denislavergne03
04-10-2008, 09:34 PM
Hey just bought a set of JL audio C5-650 and a Pioneer premier 4100F four channel amp. I have the Pioneer 880prs HU. I'm going to be using my stock speakers as rear fill until i can afford some co-ax for the back door. I'm wondering how i should wire my Amp. should i set is a four channel and just not use the rear channels or should I use two channels. the amp is rated at 4X75 or 2X300. could i wire it as a two channel and turn the gain down?

Macklessdaddy
04-10-2008, 09:43 PM
Hey just bought a set of JL audio C5-650 and a Pioneer premier 4100F four channel amp. I have the Pioneer 880prs HU. I'm going to be using my stock speakers as rear fill until i can afford some co-ax for the back door. I'm wondering how i should wire my Amp. should i set is a four channel and just not use the rear channels or should I use two channels. the amp is rated at 4X75 or 2X300. could i wire it as a two channel and turn the gain down?

use it as a 2 channel and set the gains with a dmm

denislavergne03
04-11-2008, 08:56 AM
What the Eff is a DMM? Where do i get it and how much does it cost? What does it do?

Macklessdaddy
04-11-2008, 09:26 AM
It's a digital multimeter,can be had at numerous retailers although I got mine at Sears,and it is used to send a precise amount of wattage to said speakers.