Got the subs (Thanks again, Brian!!) and had to take the door off the hinges to get them down the stairs and it took three of us, but we finally got 'em.
After three people helping, 14 hours of driving in one day, and lots of prepping, moving the old subs to a new location, running new wires, etc, etc I finally get ready to hook them up just to have a quick listen before bed and realize I don't have what I need.
I bought the INUKE 6000DSP and some 12awg wire. I bought spade lugs and terminated the spades on each end.
When I took the amp out of the box and went to hook it up, I immediately realized I was in trouble because there are no binding posts!!
There is a channel a out and a channel b out, each of which appears to use some type of Speakon/Neutrik connector.
I've been researching for the last hour or so and quite frankly have absolutely no clue what to buy.
I see 2-pole and 4-pole and all kinds of different options on Amazon.
I need an option from Amazon that qualifies for Prime so I can get them overnighted and "hopefully" finally get to hear these on Saturday because I live in a small town and only have a Rat Shack and they don't carry this type of stuff.
I can take my spade lugs off one end and be left with bare wire.
How do I get that bare wire on to a Speakon/Neutrik connector? What do I buy that will plug in to the INUKE 6000DSP? Do I need 2-pole or 4-pole?
I really need some guidance here and am so tired at this point it would mean so much to me if someone could point me to a specific product that will work for my needs available from Amazon Prime.
I will be hooking one sub up to channel a, and one to channel b. Remember they are the D4/4ohm drivers and dual opposed, so each cabinet has two drivers wired for 4 ohm. Right now all I have is a bare wire, red and black, and need to somehow convert that to a connector that will fit in the back of the INUKE.
I appreciate any help you can offer as this is so frustrating to have come this far and be this close and not be able to hook these things up.
Thanks so much,