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Yes it is, my amp is a kenwood 9103D, I have my sub wired to the amp with the vc's wired seperatly. So each set of terminals is getting a 4ohm load right? Which would break down into a 2 ohm load right?
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Yes it is, my amp is a kenwood 9103D, I have my sub wired to the amp with the vc's wired seperatly. So each set of terminals is getting a 4ohm load right? Which would break down into a 2 ohm load right?

4-ohm stereo is what you have wired.  This should be fine.  Is the gain set properly?  What is the ground resistance?

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Guessing by the D in the model number, I am led to believe that it is a 1 channel amp with the 2 sets of terminals.  What you are describing is correct.  4 Ohms to each set of terminals will yield a 2 ohm load on the amp. 

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I have a pioneer deh 2200ub deck that has 2.5 volts output and a clarion eqs746 with up to 7 volts out, so this is where I've had some difficulty settin my gain. The book to my eq says "up to" 7 volts but shows no rms voltages, so how do I set my eq with my amp gains when the input sensitivity is from 5-0 volts on my amp? And as far as Ground resistane, I'm in the process of doing that, I've just been trying to understand how to do it
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