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Username: Swantlaphoenix

Post Number: 7
Registered: Oct-04
I'm lost on how to wire up my speakers to my amp. I have two 4-Ohm svc's. I know I need to wire them in parellel to get 2-ohm. I know how the wires need to go but not sure how to do it. The speakers accept pin,bannna's etc. How will I end up only running one pos and one neg to the amp.
I also read on my amp (rockford fosgate P6001) "Although there are two sets of speaker terminals, the amplifier still produces a monaural signal. The A and B speaker outputs are internally wired in parallel."

So does that mean I can just hook up both speakers normally and it since it is internally wired parallel it will present 2 ohm?

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Username: Solacedagony

New Jersey US

Post Number: 46
Registered: Oct-04
http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/wiringwizard.asp?WoofQty=2+woofers&WoofImp =Single+Voice+Coil+-+4+ohms&image.x=11&image.y=4&image=Submit
There ya go, top diagram for your setup. (Wiring Option #1)

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Username: Swantlaphoenix

Post Number: 9
Registered: Oct-04
I know that but Im actually talking about connecting the postive to a postive on like a speaker? how will i do that? will i have to solder then ?

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Username: Deathshadow

Post Number: 231
Registered: Oct-04
Depends on what type of terminal it is; if they are simple push terminals you just shove the wire right in, if they are male slip on terminals solder can be used and I find it is most effective for that type...
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