Subs wiring

I recently installed 2 Rockford Fosgate 10" subs and a rockford fosgate amp. after i installed it and turned it on i noticed it wasn't very loud or clear and thought this wa just because it wasn't tuned right i tried tuning it but couldn't get it to sound much better, a freind suggested that i had it wired wrong which is a posiblility, i have heard the same type of subs driven by teh same type of amp in another guys car and i knwo they have the potential to be a lot better. i am also using a power converter (allows me to keep my stock head unit and still have RCA connections to hook up the amp) and am thinking it could be the problem, if anyone has any experience with these it would be greatly appreciated, or any other advice on why my subs are living up to their potential.

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