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soonerbilly

JL Audio JX500/1D

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soonerbilly

OK so I know I'm a DA.....but I got one of these amps for my sons truck ( yes its an F150 :tease1: ) My question is in the wiring. The amp has 2+ and 2- terminals for wiring. I have 2 4ohm 10's and wanted to get them to a 2 ohm load. Do I simply wire each + on each 10 to its own + terminal.....same with - ? Or is it more complicated?

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shawndoggy

You can wire the drivers together in parallel and just use one + and one -, or you can wire each driver to its own +/- at the amp. Fielder's choice. As long as the impedance load is right the amp will see either option the same way.

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WINEGRAPEGROWER

good choice...have JL amps in the boat...tough to find a better amp...with out spending $1000s

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soonerbilly

Thanks Shawn....that was my question. I just wanted to make sure the amp would see it that way or if they were different channels. I got the amp used so I didn't have a manual and the website info was kinda vague.

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