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Old 31st July 2012, 02:59 PM   #1
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Question 4 6x9 box question

Hi New guy here.....I have a 6x9 box built for 4 speakers with only two terminals(one per side or one terminal per 2 speakers) I am going to run them off 2 channels of my head unit (2 speakers per channel)behind the seat of my truck. How should I wire them to the terminals in the box for this application? I know that this isn't much power for them but Im not looking to blow the windows out, just want something to listen too.

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