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    wiring 2 type r's to a fosgate 1000.1bd HELP

    ok so i just finished a sealed fiberglass center console box (yes they are sharing the air space) that has 2 new alpine type r's
    Alpine SWR-10D4 (swr10d4) 10" Dual 4-Ohm Type-R Series Car Subwoofer

    being powered by a fosgate 1000.1bd
    Rockford Fosgate T1000-1bd Class D Amplifiers at Onlinecarstereo.com

    let me know the best way to wire these puppies up to get the most power out of them... and for an extra... i have a second battery running 4 guage to the amp... 12 guage tsunami to the speakers... this is all in a dodge ram 1500 2005 4 door... so let me know!







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    Re: wiring 2 type r's to a fosgate 1000.1bd HELP

    pretty hard to screw this up.... especially with type r's and an amplifier with internally bridged channels. From one speaker run the + to the + on the amp and the - to the - on the amp and do the same for the other...




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    Re: wiring 2 type r's to a fosgate 1000.1bd HELP

    then wouldnt the amp treat each sub as a separate sub?... and what ohm load would that be?... cuz ima bee runnin these bitchez hard daily...




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    Re: wiring 2 type r's to a fosgate 1000.1bd HELP

    Wire both in parellel then hook up each to its own channel were it will then be int bridged by the amplifier.

    http://www.jlaudio.com/header/Suppor...Drivers/287544


    - to - on the sub to - on the amp
    + to + on the sub to + on the amp



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