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Old 08-18-2013, 03:25 AM
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Wiring help !

So recently I purchased a set of Incriminator Audio 6.5 comps and a Precision Power S760.4 amp. Wired them all up yesterday but did some odd stuff as I got lazy at the end of the install. Left my rear Pioneer 6.5 coax's 50w rms speakers wired to the H/U as wll as my stock in-dash tweets. When I was finished amping the system my buddy tells me I can use his two Kenwood kfc-w112 subs til I get my new ones. So I unwired the Incriminator comps and bridged the 4 channels to the 12's. Butb this isn't what I want because the comps are nice speakers and ai want to hear em. So I have a couple questions about possible set ups to run all of the speakers and/or best combo.

PPI S760.4 / 4ohms-130W x 4
2ohms-190W x 4
Bridged- 390W x 2

1 Pair Incriminator 6.5 Components
85W RMS @ 4ohms

1 pair Pioneer 6.5s coax speakers
50W RMS @ 4ohms

2 12" Kenwood KFC-W112
200W RMS @ 8ohms

1 Pair stock tweets in dash 97 Chevy Blazer.
Probably 20 rms

H/U. Clarion CZ-702

So with that info i ask questions. Can I wire a comp and a sub together on each of the 2 channels in bridged mode ? And if so what would each speaker and sub be getting asnfar asof power?

Need some advice for some kinda setup wiring advice to get the best sound out of what I got right now
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