2 JL 10W3's ( single voice coils, both are 2ohm speakers ) currently in a single box and wired each to their own sets of terminals.
PG ZX500 (2/1 channel amp) which is rated by PG as: "300w x2 at 2 ohms" ~or~ "600w x1 at 4 ohm BRIDGED"
Now I have no idea how impedance works, at all. It's pathetic, I know. How should I hook up the subs?
I already did some research - does this look like what I should do??
The PG amp has 2 sets of speaker outs. It goes L+ L- R+ R-
There is a line between the L+ and the far outer R-, which says BRIDGED
Is the "bridge" actually done by wiring the speakers in series, and using the outer terminals?
Or can i hook both speaker positive to the outer L+ and bothe negatives to the R-
Or am I tripping on drugs and should do what the crutchfield says (do the #'s match up with my setup)
It should be at 300w each sup with them wired like in crutchfield pic?
Is this pic applicable to my setup?
Is this a "bridge" and i can use this as one channel on my amp?
or stick with the first pic in my original post?
Thanks in advance