Would running them separately cut the ohms in half or would each speaker stay at 4ohms? And well never seen a 10 wit 2 negatives on one side and 2 positives on the other. Would running in stereo make the amp run hotter? Can I fit it to my pioneer hu without an amplifier? I hope that answers your question. If 350W gets divided to 175W each for each sub 2 ohms and 200W will go to each sub 4ohms, is that 25W power difference noticeable specially in a shared enclosure? If you do, be prepared to identify your equipment by make and model number, not by what price you got it for. Also my sub went into protection mode last night when I had my amp up to the level I wanted so I thought it would be the wiring. Is this a correctly powered setup? I wired them up in a series and worked but didn't seem to have the power I thought they would.
So my question is, would I be better off getting 43cwrt121 sub instead and wiring it in series to get 2-ohms to make the most out of my amp?. I do not want to add a mono amp if I don't have to. Almost all full-range car speakers have a 4-ohm impedance, you can't change that, so you hook each up to its own amp channel. If a home theater subwoofer is not large enough for your planned system, try looking at a pro audio. That way, for instance if you were running fully active components, you could power front and rear mids and tweeters and still retain left-right balance and front-rear fade control at the receiver. Which one will work better with my set up? It'll work with any amp.
Contact us by phone, chat, or email and an Advisor will help you get what you need. I'm running a kicker dx 1000. I have only tried it a few minutes. My amp says it supports bridged power at 1100 x 1 at 2 ohms. The very first one is known as string connection. Not knowing exactly which you have makes it impossible to give advice on what amplifier to use.
One amp per sub, wired. Your amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience when driving multiple subs. So on is +- an other is -+ an the wires hooked up verly reach cause they were cut short. Do u think this would work? More specifically, if I ran the + and - to each side of the box and still bridged the second connection on the subwoofers, it would be the same two ohm load? I have 3 Optima Bluetop Batteries and Rockford Fosgate 10 Farad Comp. The problem is that if you change something in impedance or staying the same with the 4 ohm speakers or at risk to burn or affect something. What would be the best option to get the most bass , I aim for the subs that have the highest decibels of efficiency.
Or, use one positive and one negative amp terminal for the pair of subs, it doesn't matter which. Use , changing all 4s in the captions to 6s and the 2 to a 3. So I removed the stock 6. I think they need 3. I'm just driving myself nuts looking for an amp.
As stated earlier, the lines at a Kicker Cvr 12 Wiring Diagram signifies wires. That amplifier isn't stable for a 1-ohm load, so that's probably what you're hearing: the amp freaking out. My question is can i put there in the enclosure another speaker woofer and to use that stock four channel amp?. Take care of all of the info. Please also show the correct Wire to be used. Can't wait to hear back from you.
But I don't know how. If your amplifier can't drive a 1-ohm load, or doesn't have enough wattage at 4-ohms to drive four subs, you'll have to use a second amp in order to drive all your subs. It is because the component is directly connected to electricity source. In your case, it'll probably be best to follow one of the diagrams and use one of the terminal sets only. Or does it supply each with 500w? Note: When you wire dual voice coils and multiple subs together, the resulting total impedance is not always simple to figure out or practical to use.
Wanna know which ways i can wire them. The line and component placement should be designed to lessen it. That's okay, it's electrically exactly the same as in the diagram. Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. Can you please tell me if these items are good for eachother. I am unsure about two things: 1:should i purchase the two or four ohm voice coil subs? If you want to learn about what that means, check out our article.