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Old 02-13-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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all i have left to do is wire the my speakers up to my amp............ but i cant get it to work......... ive tried many different ways....... carefully not mixing up + & -

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please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!
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how bout u help and say what ohm the speakers are and what the final ohm load on the amp should be or a part number/model number for your amp.
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jensen a4000 multi channel amp
serial 117764
two 400w pioneer...... idk ohm
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You will need to either

A) Get the model number of the sub to find out what ohm the voice coil/* are
B) If they are mounted, get them out to take a look on the back of the basket
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its a blistering 20 degrees outside and 6" of snow............... i just need to know how wires go from speaker to amp........... there are 2 wires from speaker a + & - but there are 8 different places one wire can go and i dont know where to put them
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its a blistering 20 degrees outside and 6" of snow............... i just need to know how wires go from speaker to amp........... there are 2 wires from speaker a + & - but there are 8 different places one wire can go and i dont know where to put them
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how bout u help and say what ohm the speakers are.
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you have to know ohm to put speaker wire in the amp?
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The reason why were asking for Ohm Configuration is so that you dont blow the amp by running too low of a load.

I tried looking up some info about the amp but found very little to go on. If that is even bridgable to handle the Sub, then the wiring block your seeing should have markers to indicate where to hook up your positive and negative cables to bridge it.

Another indicator that this amp can even run a sub is if it has a built in crossover network to filter the mids and highs out of the signal. You dont want to send those mids and highs to the sub if you want it to sound good.
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The reason why were asking for Ohm Configuration is so that you dont blow the amp by running too low of a load.

I tried looking up some info about the amp but found very little to go on. If that is even bridgable to handle the Sub, then the wiring block your seeing should have markers to indicate where to hook up your positive and negative cables to bridge it.

Another indicator that this amp can even run a sub is if it has a built in crossover network to filter the mids and highs out of the signal. You dont want to send those mids and highs to the sub if you want it to sound good.
um..... i got the speakers & amp from my brother..... exact same box and amp i KNOW for sure they work together
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