I have 2 front door speakers and 2 rear speakers in the back under the window and 2 10" subs, I also have a pioneer deck and a 4 channel pionner watt amp gmf. I wanna know how to hook up the wires to the amp and i don't wanna have to buy another amp for the subs. The diagram for the speaker hook on the amp is confusing. That amp only has w peak, to run the subs that way, so you might want to think about adding an additional amplifier down the road for the subs Or Just run the subs off of the amp alone, and get roughly W per sub, at 4 ohms..
Also note that while we want to help everybody, we may not be able to respond if we don't know the products you are asking about. We get a lot of "can I connect my sub to my amp" questions that don't give us any information at all on the products being asked about. There are many subs out there, and many ways to connect them. If you have questions about connecting your amp to your subwoofer.
The Easiest Way to Connect Speakers With Speaker Wire
This is the resistance impedance presented by the speakers that is seen by the amplifier. This can also include any crossovers and circuits connected to the speakers. When the load decreases, the amplifier's output increases. There is less resistance to the current, and the speakers can draw more power from the amp.
Almost all home theater receivers or processors and some stereo receivers have this type of subwoofer output. It's usually just one cable with single RCA connectors on both ends. Sometimes you'll find that a receiver or amplifier does not have the LFE subwoofer output. Or it might be that the subwoofer doesn't have the LFE input.