Your mono, 1-channel amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience, and if you hook a sub to each terminal it results in them being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. I've bridged a 8 ohm sub which theoretically gave me 460 rms watts at 4 ohms and so rather than connect a second sub to be bridged off those same lines I used the remaining terminals on the amp to bridge so theoretically it should push the amplifier at 2 ohm max 600 watt rms or 2,000 watt peak. Then it is just a matter of doing the math — and you thought you would never use that in real life! If you're not sure which one is right for you, check out our buying guides to learn a little more about your audio needs. Parallel wiring, a method of connecting two subwoofers together that doubles the power handling and halves the total impedance, doesn't apply here. Thank you so much and God bless. Hopefully this information above will help you make an informed decision when purchasing a dash speaker for your classic car.
Contact us by phone, chat, or email and an Advisor will help you get what you need. I'm new with this stuff. If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the equipment by brand names and model numbers. Should i wire them parallel or series. As for wiring, it depends on what specific sub you get.
I'm curious how to wire this to get the subs down to 2 ohms to match the 2 ohm output on the amp. Those components will work well together wired. Noobishly I went out and bought two class D monoblock bass amps because I saw that at 4 ohms their rms rating is 1100 and max at 2300 since I intended to run one amp per sub. I only have one speaker output from a tma t500. The manual that came with it is completely worthless and doesn't even have this amp in it.
Would it be possible to wire the cvr 122 in series and run one coil on the cvr124 for a final of 2ohms to get the most out of the amp? And what would be the best way to wire them? I have a ported box with a positive and negative outlet on each side. Delivery time for standard shipping to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico is 3 business days. I recently acquired a kicker dvc comp cvr122 and wanted to combine it with the dvc comp cvr 124 I already have setup. First question, is this set up a decent combination or should I search for a different amplifier? An online search ought to bring up at least one car stereo dealership in your country near you who can help with tech support. Which do u think would be better? One tweeter plays the left channel and the other plays the right. I do not want to add a mono amp if I don't have to.
I'm not sure if the factory wires in the doors are sufficient for the new amp install. Any idea what's going on here? Im question my sub more than anything. The only safe way to wire that sub is. You need to re-set the amplifier's gain, with the bass control at the highest setting you use, so no distortion can ever play. Im doing this because im reading it is harder to wires and supply a odd number of 12's on one amp.
If the amplifier is 1-channel, its 2 sets of speaker output terminals are wired together inside the amp, so two speaker wires to one sub will accomplish nothing. That's a recipe for blowing subwoofers. Seeing as the load of your three subs totals 2. All these are going into an alpine optimized floor display model dual 10 ported box - which will share a common space between the drivers no internal division. I would like you advice.
Please also show the correct Wire to be used. So I removed the stock 6. I'm hoping to use one 6. You can find a glossary of terms below the interactive module. The amp and cap have their own grounds, power wires are 4gauge. I wired them up in a series and worked but didn't seem to have the power I thought they would.
I was wanting I run this as bridged from my amp. Subsonic filters what should it be turned at along with the other nobs to? Each coil has a 4 ohm impedance, so when wired in parallel, each sub presents a 2 ohm load. It has 2 2ohm voice coils. I know of no multi-channel amp that can put out this much power. Just pretend, in the upper diagram, that the two amps share the same chassis and do not need the extra power, ground, or turn-on lead wires.
I just bought a 1 ohm stable amp 3000 watt planet audio. I gernerally listen to metal but also listen to just about every genre of music. Understanding the differences between them requires a slightly enhanced understanding of how an amplifier works. If you think your music lacks bass, get one. And big ones like two 2500-watt amps. I currently have a pioneer ts-w3003d4 12inch sub but i need to get an amp.