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Behringer iNuke wiring help

Just a quick question, I did a bit of a search and couldn't find a quick answer.

I am about to push the button right now on an order for parts etc to make 4x VBSS style subs using the Dayton PA460 drivers. Each sub will be located almost in the four corners of my room, two up in the front soundstage, and two in the rear,

I need to order the Speakon connectors and such at the same time. I will be buying the iNuke 3000DSP. I am not sure how the wiring is going to work for connecting the 4 subs to the two outputs on the iNuke, can anyone just quickly school me on how this is going to work using four subs wired for 4ohm?

How do I wire four subs using Speakon to the two outputs on the inukes? Its such a simple thing I am sure there is a super clear way you guys are doing it. Do I daisy chain two subs using two speakon terminals on a single sub and just wire them internally so the output speakon cable contains both subs? Or do I run four separate speakon cables right to the amp and then do some trickery there?

Thanks guys, I need a bit of a quick answer if you don't mind so I can catch today's shipping.

Right now I have:

4x Speakon Chassis Mounts,
8x Speakon Cable end connectors in the cart. NL4.

My Marantz has XLR so I will just use those two outputs in XLR going to the iNuke so no issues there... Just want to make sure I am not missing some kind of Speakon Splitter cable if there is such a thing?

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Depending on the gauge of wire being used, you can just take two wires, twist them together slightly, and insert directly into the back of the speakon. The screw connector speakons are supposed to take 12 gauge wire, if I recall, so two 14 gauge wires might well fit.
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yeah, lots of ways to go about it. didn't mean to suggest that was the only solution. :-)
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Here is another option, I use this sometimes:
http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/wo...igurations.asp

All you have to do is select the qty. of the speakers and the impedance click on wiring options and you will see how it needs to be wired.

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