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Subwoofer terminals

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I have a planet audio big bang 15 (bb15d), dual 4 ohm. It has two positives and two negatives on each side of the woofer, and I was wondering if anyone knew why.

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It has 2 voice coils

I understand that, hence dual 4 ohm. However, 99% of the dvc woofers I see only have one positive and one negative per side.

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It has 2 voice coils

I understand that, hence dual 4 ohm. However, 99% of the Svc woofers I see only have one positive and one negative .

there you go i changed it for you.

that and so you can change the resistance of the subwoofer hence dual 4 wire it in to paraell would make a 2 ohm final load..

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That's what I was going to do. Im pretty sure I'm getting an aq1200d, but I wasn't sure if I could just use one positive and one negative on each side, or if I would have to use both because there's 8 total terminals

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It has 2 voice coils

I understand that, hence dual 4 ohm. However, 99% of the Svc woofers I see only have one positive and one negative .

there you go i changed it for you.

that and so you can change the resistance of the subwoofer hence dual 4 wire it in to paraell would make a 2 ohm final load..

no he was right in what he was saying, i misunderstood it at first aswell

we all know that 99% of normal DVC woofers have 1+ and 1- on each side correct? thus making it like this....

+ -

- +

correct?

his are like this

+ +

- -

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