This is what I found that made it very easy to wire up:http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...umber=091-1154
You can use 18 gauge for each sub, wire all 3 positives together inside the box, and it will fit right into those terminals. Do the same for the negative obviously. Strip about 1.5" off each one so it's easier to twist them together properly, then cut off about an inch so you are left with just the last tight .5". You may also want to use a small pull tie right behind the stripped part to hold all 3 wires together. Ouside the box, you can use something larger if needed.
Don't forget some of these too:http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=095-810
You'll need to to crimp one side (very easy), and then the female side may also need to be slightly 'smashed' to get a better grip on the speaker.
Basically each speaker will be wired directly back to the push terminal with only one wire coming off of each speaker's + and -.
Lowes has some good 18 and 12 gauge Phillips speaker wire for cheaper than anyone else, it's pretty good stuff and very flexible too.
If it means anything to ya, they sound very clean in the sealed box, and the sound is growing on me. But prior to that, I had a couple wired up for music in a ported box and they really jammed. They were the MTX road thunder boxes that Circuit City sells. I got them on sale for like $25 each. They got loud, but I realize that was due to the tuning and obviously I know that I wasn't getting the lower frequencies need for movies. But for music, those 2 ported boxes were nice. If you plan on listening to a lot of loud music and don't need that 25hz and down......