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  2 wire solution 2

ok i swapped the type R 2ohm for the type R 4ohm, like i was recommended to do, now whats the best way to wire these two subs and one amp to get the best power out of them.... Alpine MRV_1507 Alpine type R 4ohm a diagram would also help

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any1?

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go to alpine.com and download the manuel.its much easier for you to see the picture than try to explain.i just got off there site and the manuel is for type r 2004 but the concept is the same for wiring.

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ok, now i was better off with the 2ohm subs, because that would of gave me a .5, 2, or 8ohm load, which comes out better then the 4ohm subs i got...is this right? should i swap the 40hm subs for the 2ohm subs and wire it to get a 2ohm load?

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