The extra terminals give you more options for wiring the speaker. . You can use , changing all 2s to 1. Are the subs' power-handling ratings high enough to survive that amp's output? My question is the amp is supposed to be a mono amp but has 2 speaker outputs. 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.
Special Thanks To: OvalNut mailiang Kevin12586 nice work dr. Any help or links would be great! According to the specs, you should be alright. Non-Powered Subwoofer Connections If your Subwoofer doesn't plug into a power outlet, it means it isn't Powered. Would that amp give each sub 300 watts or split the 300 watts rms and give them 150 watts rms? Do I need to bridge this amp to push this sub in a sealed box under the back seat of a Ram crew cab or will it run well wired straight to 4-ohms? I want to have high quality clean sound with a low draw on the vehicle's electrical system. That's a recipe for blowing subwoofers.
If the level goes down in the 180 deg position, flip it back to 0 degrees. Around a 1000-1500 at 4ohm. In this article, we'll help you find the best subwoofer wiring diagram for hooking up your system. This will give me 2800rms with 4 subs so the above amp will give 3200rms at 1ohm. As for wiring, it depends on what specific sub you get. I am running them at 4 ohms do you know how many watts I would be getting to my speakers. If you like what you hear, great, you're done! I was wondering which way would be more ideal to wire them together? Please let me know the probable outcome of the setup.
If you run into a snag during setup, peruse the and post questions for our staff and or other forum readers to help you. The manual that came with it is completely worthless and doesn't even have this amp in it. The wrms of the 2 subs is 1600 and the impedance is 2. I am going to use one amp for rear subs and full range pillar mounted speakers and the second amp to power the front full range door speakers and door mounted tweeters. Merely buying a great subwoofer is no guarantee that you'll wind up with great bass. Active sub might work but generally regarded as not as good as a properly amp'd sub in the right enclosure.
Q: How many workers in your factory and how many production lines you have9 A: There are about 500 workers and 8 production lines in our factory. What the specs do not show, and would if the amp could, is the amp's capabilities at 1 ohm per channel or at 2 ohms when bridged. Since my original post, I have purchased my center and surround speakers. I was thinking I would run the front channels at 4 ohms stereo and the rear at 2 ohms bridged. How and what type of amp do I buy to make this work properly. I also would like to know he best way to wire them up. No one can tell you how much wire you'll need without measuring all along the path your wires will run from amp to sub.
Your amplifier has two sets of output terminals, internally connected together, so you can have a convenient way to wire two subs to the amp in parallel. How do I wire this sub to this amp? That amplifier isn't stable for a 1-ohm load, so that's probably what you're hearing: the amp freaking out. We do it because we love sound. I want full rich sound. Without knowing precisely what amp and subs you're referring to, we can't help you with advice. Whether a 2-channel amp plays in stereo or bridged mode has no bearing on its or a sub's running temperature.
There are several things to keep in mind while doing this though. I need to purchase two woofers for this system. This will allow me to by some inexpensive svc subs to run at a max 3200rms untill i can invest in some better svc or switch to dvc while not changing amps. Depending on your setup, you can take advantage of this feature to save wire. The amplifers will protect themselves so long as you don't short circuit them or wire them together. You're lucky the amp didn't burn up. Please also show the correct Wire to be used.
The sub and speakers have to work together as a team, and ideally you should never hear the sub as a separate sound source. I think that it would work great for most music, but movies would be a problem. Is there anyway to wire my subs in my box to get a 2 ohm load to have more power? Specs says it's a dvc with a 2 ohm impedance. Could you recommend a different amp if it doesn't work? You can go ahead and wire it up, though, using that diagram with all the 2s changed to 1s. I'm having trouble with wiring the subs and connecting it to the amp. We hope this basic guide helps you in achieving sonic nirvana both heard and felt. It'll work with any amp.