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    SUPER EASY wiring question, please help!! Thanks added!

    AMP: FXA102 - FX SERIES - Cadence Acoustics, LTD

    Sub: Rockford Fosgate® - P2D412


    Amp says its 4ohms bridged. So i have 1 wire to the positive Right speaker terminal, and 1 wire to the negative Left speaker terminal to make it bridged. From there i ran it to a dual 4 ohm P2 sub. I attached the positive to the positive of one coil and the negative to the negative of the other coil. from there i put a small wire between the positive and negative terminals for the other coil. This will give a 4ohm load correct?? It is wired correctly? if not, how should it be wired??

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    Re: SUPER EASY wiring question, please help!! Thanks added!

    you have a d4 sub, singly you can only get a 2 or 8 ohm load from it.

    Rockford Fosgate® - Woofer WiringWizard

    I dont think that amp is rated to do 2 ohm bridged.




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