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I purchased 2 of TS-W3003D4 subwoofers and I was wondering on how one would go about hooking up a wire capable of handling 2000 watts. My car is running at 14.4 volts, which translates to using about 140 amps per sub. The max wire gauge I managed to put inside one of the terminals was 8 gauge. That wire can only handle 73 amps max. Something doesn't work out. In order to make the use of the 140 amps,you would need to run a 4 gauge wire to both subs. How do you attach a 4 gauge wire to these subs!?!?!
I purchased 2 of TS-W3003D4 subwoofers and I was wondering if my wiring now is sufficient enough, or if I need bigger wire. I have, from the amplifier to the enclosure, 1 run of 8 gauge wire, to each side of the enclosure. The inside of the enclosure is what I'm concerned with. I have 14 gauge wire going 2 feet to one of the subs, and then jumping the positive and negative to the other voice coil.  (My subs have 2 voice coils each.) The max wire gauge I managed to put inside one of the terminals was 8 gauge.
**If any of that was confusing, I have linked a picture to what I'm trying, and possibly failing to explain.
Hey, so i'm trying to upgrade my car audio and have few questions.
Components i have:
Amplifier Toxic TX1000 - http://www2.produktinfo.conrad.com/datenblaetter/375000-399999/379195-an-01-en-Car_Power_Package_CPP_1000.pdf
Subwoofer Mac Audio MP 225 BP custom box - Mac Audio MP 225 BP Car Audio Speakers specs, reviews and prices
Speakers Pioneer TS-G1331I - TS-G1331I | Pioneer
First of all, is it possible to connect both speakers and woofers to the same amp, if yes then i'd like some wiring scheme(paint will do or smth).
If not, then i'd like to know the best way to connect only woofers to amp.
Looking forward for answers, Thanks.