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    bolts that make best contact for voice coils

    We're currently building an enclosure and Im going to have 8 bolts to connect both subs to. Im going to have each voice coil connected to each bolt for the ease of switching over to .25 ohm to 1 ohm. What kind would be the best with the best possible contact.

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    Re: bolts that make best contact for voice coils

    just use wire???



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    Re: bolts that make best contact for voice coils

    Whatever bolts you can pick up at lowes will work.




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    Re: bolts that make best contact for voice coils

    I just used some grade 2 bolted. Washers on each side to make a firm connection to the bolt. Worked rele well and kept a good seal.



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    Re: bolts that make best contact for voice coils

    can use just about any bolts really... if you have a bolt supply store you can pick up some brass or copper covered bolts usually also.. I will be getting some brass bolts from a local company soon... well actually all threads



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