I had already done some research on the different wiring options and the resulting ohm loads, and I was prepared to set all subs at 4 ohms and wire them series/parallel for a final ohm load of 2.3 with all subs getting equal power. My personal preference would be an even ohm load, but I understood why that is not possible with an odd number of subs… or so I thought.

I was reading the Amazon comments for my sub today and one guy claims to have achieved an even 2 ohm load by setting one sub at 4 ohms and connecting it to one of the amp’s terminals and then setting the other two subs at 2 ohms and series wiring them into the amp’s other terminal. He claimed that since the amp terminals were internally paralleled the two 4 ohm loads would work out to an even 2 ohms with each sub getting equal power.

Since I don’t fully understand the purpose for two terminals on a mono amp, I have no way of knowing if what he says is true.

Can someone explain?