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Old     (rickykamberra)      Join Date: Dec 2006       04-27-2010, 8:45 AM Reply   
I got the boat out of storage and I'm working on getting that annual clean up so I can be ready to hit the lake. I wanted to throw down on 2 new subs this year. I have two Pyle 10" subs in boxes in the boat already so the installation will be easy - just need to get the new subs and hook them up.

I have a question though. First off, let me say I know nothing about sub wiring and stereo installation. I'm not sure what the difference betweent the single coil and dual voice coils and the ohms and how this will affect my installation. I know that the subs I currently have can be removed from the boxes and it has one positive and one negative connection the speaker so I wanted to stay in that same set-up for installation purposes.

I guess my question is what type of sub can i get to replace these and is what I have considered a single coil?

 
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