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Old 14th December 2005, 03:08 PM   #1
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Default help at wiring 2 alum12q's at 1.5 ohm please

Im looking for Help if anyoone can help me.

I have just bought an audiobahn a1300hct and am wanting to run 2 audiobahn Alum12q's from it.

these subs are 1000 watts RMS and run at Dual 6 Ohm.

the amp runs at 1200*1 at 1 ohm mono

ive seen on various web pages that these subs run very well together on this amp at 1.5 ohm.
i was hoping anyone could possibly tell me the best way of wireing these up, do i just connect all the positives together and negatives because there is only one channel?

please if you can help at all it would be most appreciated.
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Old 14th December 2005, 03:15 PM   #2
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Yep. All the positives to positive out and all the negatives to negative out........
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