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    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, One 1 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speaker

    Option 1 (parallel) = 0.5 ohm load
    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in parallel (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; halves the equivalent impedance for the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 0.5-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 0.5? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1 or 2-ohm mono amplifier
    1ohm
    Option 2 (series) = 2 ohm load
    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in series (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; adds them for equivalent impedance to the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 2-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier
    2ohm load

    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, One 2 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speaker

    Option 1 (parallel) = 1 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in parallel (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; halves the equivalent impedance for the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 1-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 1? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series) = 4 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in series (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; adds them for equivalent impedance to the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 4-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, One 4 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speaker

    Option 1 (parallel) = 2 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in parallel (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; halves the equivalent impedance for the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 2-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

    Option 2 (series) = 8 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting one piece in series (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; adds them for equivalent impedance to the amplifier. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 8-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 8? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, One 4 ohm Single Voice Coil (SVC) Speaker

    Option 1 = 4 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at two terminals placed at opposite sides of the voice coil and connecting them in series (for subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals) adds to the equivalent impedance. Therefore, you’ll need an amplifier rated at 4-ohm! Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Two 1 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (series/parallel) = 1 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (for two separate subs/speakers) & series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 1-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

    Option 2 (series) = 4 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in series (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 4-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Two 2 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel/parallel) = 0.5 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 0.5-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 0.5? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 0.5-ohm mono amplifier

    Option 2 (series/parallel) = 2 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (at individual subs/speakers pieces) & series (at individual sub/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 2-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 3 (series) = 8 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in series (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 8-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 8? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Two 4 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel/parallel) = 1 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 1-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series/parallel) = 4 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (at individual subs/speakers pieces) & series (at individual sub/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 4-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Two 4 ohm Single Voice Coil (SVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel) = 2 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in parallel (for individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 2-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series) = 8 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting two pieces in series (for individual pieces), as the image shows; make the equivalent impedance 8-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 8? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Three 1 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (series/parallel) = 0.67 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually)& series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 0.667-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 0.667? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 0.5-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (parallel/series) = 1.5 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals)& series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 1.5-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1.5? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 3 (series) = 6 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in series (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 6-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 6? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Three 2 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (series/parallel) = 1.33 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting threepieces in series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals) ¶llel (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 1.33-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1.33? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (parallel/series) = 3 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals) & series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 3-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 3? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 3 (series) = 12 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in series (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 12-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 12? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Three 4 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (series/parallel) = 2.67 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting threepieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually) & series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 2.67-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 2.67? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (parallel/series) = 6 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals) & series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 6-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 6? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Three 4 ohm Single Voice Coil (SVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel) = 1.34 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 1.33-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1.33? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stableat 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series) = 12 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting three pieces in series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 12-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 12? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Four 1 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel) = 0.5 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually)& series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 0.5-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 0.5? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

     

    Option 2 (series) = 2 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals)& series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 2-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

     

    Option 3 (series) = 8 ohm load

    1-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 1-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in series (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 8-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 8? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Four 2 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (series/parallel) = 1 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting fourpieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually) & series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 1-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

     

    Option 2 (parallel/series) = 4 ohm load

    2-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 2-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals) & series (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 4-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Four 4 ohm Dual Voice Coil (DVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel) = 0.5 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting fourpieces in parallel (for both cases- sub/speakers voice coil terminals and individual pieces), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 0.5-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 0.5? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 0.5-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series/parallel) = 2 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually) & series (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 2-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 2? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 3 (parallel/series) = 8 ohm load

    4-ohm DVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in series (for each subs/speakers individually) & parallel (for each subs/speakers voice coil connectivity terminals), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 8-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 8? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier




    Note: One or all of the wiring options shown in this application may not be compatible with your amplifier because of low impedance loads. Please check your amplifier owner's manual to determine the best wiring option and verify the overall impedance load is compatible with your amplifier before making any connections. When making any connections, observe proper polarity to prevent damage to your amplifier and/or speaker system. *The positive (+) and negative (-) speaker terminals have been reversed in one or more diagrams for easier readability.

    Subwoofer Wiring Wizard, Four 4 ohm Single Voice Coil (SVC) Speakers

    Option 1 (parallel) = 1 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in parallel (for each subs/speakers individually), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 1-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 1? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stableat 1-ohm mono amplifier

     

    Option 2 (series/parallel) = 4 ohm load

    4-ohm SVC subwoofer/speakers are rated at 4-ohm at each pair of terminals and connecting four pieces in series (two sets oftwo individual pieces)& parallel (for two sets of individually series connected sub/speakers sections), as the image shows;make the equivalent impedance 4-ohm for an amplifier. Equivalent impedance: 4? (ohm) Recommended amplifier: Stable at 4 or 2 or 1-ohm mono amplifier