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NCSurfing

Speaker to amp wiring question

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NCSurfing

Sorry guys...this is super basic but I actually can’t find a clear answer in search. 

For the 4, 8” speakers in the cabin of my 23 LSV, how should these be wired to my Wetsounds SD4 amp in stereo (vs mono)?  I’m wiring 1 speaker per channel. 

RF/RR to channel 1/2 and LF/LR to channel 3/4  or

RF/LF to channel 1/2 and RR/LR to channel 3/4.

Or does it not matter?  Thx in advance. 

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MLA

Your Wet Sounds dealer should be able help with the details, but 4 speakers on a 4 chnl amp is as simple as one speaker p/chnl, and can be stereo. 

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2 minutes ago, MLA said:

Your Wet Sounds dealer should be able help with the details, but 4 speakers on a 4 chnl amp is as simple as one speaker p/chnl, and can be stereo. 

Thx brother. However, does the channel assignment matter in terms of how you pair them?  I’m likely overthinking it..

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MLA

Stereo is typically left and right. So 1 an 3 would be one side and 2 and 4 the other. 

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5 minutes ago, MLA said:

Stereo is typically left and right. So 1 an 3 would be one side and 2 and 4 the other. 

That’s what I was looking for...thx man!

 

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