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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    I'm glad i have the rockfordfosgate website bookmarked.

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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Twisted sounds 1.8 kilowatt what should I run my dual voice coil tuome sub suggest positive negative on speaker or one voice coil on speaker and one voice coil and speaker B where are they truly connected as in they should be in a monoblock just wondering if it says speaker and speaker B makes it sound like they are separate




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    I just bought a pair of FI Alpha 12's. They're single 2 ohm. As with most sub amps..my RF 1200 has one channel with 2 + outputs and 2 - outputs. To get a one ohm load can I use both + outputs to both subs and both - or will I have to use one + output and run a wire from the positive on 1 sub to the positive on the other?




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