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    Wiring Confusion

    I am very confused b/c i went over the wiring and it doesnt look right, i did it the same way that the shop did it, is this a 4 ohm or 2 ohm load?
    i have 2 subs both are wired separate from eachother going to the same amp just like that.
    that is how they are suppose to be.

    Is the first image add another speaker with separate wire and wired the same way are they running at 2ohms or 4ohms? They are each wired like that to a terminal cup then from the 2 terminal cups they are run to the + and - holes in my mrd-m1005 like this(sorry for horrible ps pic.)




    Quote Originally Posted by the12voltsux View Post
    You low voltage may be due to having three batteries. have you tried only using one battery?




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    Re: Wiring Confusion

    If you wired each sub individually in series, then paralleld them together at the amp the load is 2ohm.




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    Re: Wiring Confusion

    i updated the last pic to how it is




    Quote Originally Posted by the12voltsux View Post
    You low voltage may be due to having three batteries. have you tried only using one battery?

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