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Username: C12698

Oklahoma

Post Number: 10
Registered: Nov-04
I just bought a pair of Alpine 12" 1221d's. I Have one amp per sub. The subs have a + and - connection on both sides of each sub, I'm guessing because they are dual voice cones (2ohm) I need to know how to correctly connect the + and - wires coming from my amp, to the sub?? If I read the diagram right, it said to put the + wire to a + input and the - wire to the - input on the opposite side of the sub and then run a wire from the remaining + input to the remaining - input on the opposite side of the sub. Is this how it go's, or can I split the + and - speaker wire coming form the amp and run the + to both +'s and the - to both -'s??? Please help, thanks.
 

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Username: Mr_kebo

Albertville, Al USA

Post Number: 85
Registered: Nov-04
Since you have an amp per sub then do it like this make sure you amp can do 1 or 4 ohms at the power you need.... http://www.chanstats.com/subs/1d2x2.html
 

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Username: C12698

Oklahoma

Post Number: 12
Registered: Nov-04
I lost my book for the amps, but if it helps ya any, my two amps are both kenwoods (kac-929) Also, I don't know if I mentioned it before, but each one of my subs are dual (2ohm) + (2ohm)
 

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Username: Mr_kebo

Albertville, Al USA

Post Number: 86
Registered: Nov-04
I see. that combo will work well together just wire the subs as shown in the first diagram and you will be set.
 

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read my reply in the thread you posted in the amp
section if you dont wanna blow up your subs.
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