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 Wiring for a hifonics bx2005d

I just brought a hifonics bx2005d, it saya 1 channel but on the pic it looks like 2 ch. Ill be hooking 2 4ohm dvc type-r would I bridge this or how would I get to 1 ohm? Thx

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It's not bridgeable. Those aren't two separate channels. It's just two physical connections to one channel. You don't have to use both to get the full capability of the amp.

The amp's outputs are parallel so you can wire each sub for 2 ohms and run individual leads for each sub to get a 1 ohm final impedance, or you can do it like the 1 ohm option above using only one output.
At the amp it's 1 ohm either way.

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