My question is for rca's, do I need a separate set for each channel? I wanna put them in an 03 Tahoe but I'm not sure about what box to run. The amp i have is a kicker cx300. And how you tune in the amp? Am I reading this correctly? I recently acquired a kicker dvc comp cvr122 and wanted to combine it with the dvc comp cvr 124 I already have setup. These views are as if the boxes weren't there so you can see how the subs get wired together inside. If you want to learn about what that means, check out our article.
Use , changing all 4s in the captions to 6s and the 2 to a 3. Im not sure what ohm the subs are as they are not listed on them but i believe they are the top of rockwood product line. I want full rich sound. Utilizing top-quality materials, including true 100% oxygen free, silver-tinned copper amp power and ground wire. Which would mean 4 sets of rca's. Not knowing exactly which you have makes it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together.
On the plate it says it is 100w and 8 oph. I am unsure about two things: 1:should i purchase the two or four ohm voice coil subs? How can I hook the three up to get the most power or best sound bass wise? If that lack of power is not an issue, you can wire them together. The extra terminals give you more options for wiring the speaker. And when you only wire one of a dual voice coil sub's coils, you split its power-handling ability in half, threatening to burn the sub out, and increase its distortion, because the sub's motor assembly has to push around the dead weight of the disconnected coil. In your case, the 4-ohm wiring scheme is the only safe way to connect that gear together.
For your set-up, that's exactly what you can do: wire one sub to each set of terminals. Both are 500 watts each. So I have a old ken wood kac7201 amp. I know that you can wire them for a total of 4 ohms, but I would like to run them at 2 ohms for the advantage in power. Impedance is the amount of electrical resistance, or load, a sub puts up against an amplifier's output. It can do 800w at 4ohms, 1250w at two ohms and 1600 at 1ohm.
How can I wire the two speakers to get a 1ohm load? Hopefully this makes sense and thank you! I don't know how your 2-channel amp could handle that. I now notice that the Infinity amp has hookups for two subs, but can also be bridged. Amplifiers put out different wattages when connected to different loads ohms. I tested them and each coil is 4ohm. How does the amp perform with different impedance loads? Perhaps you're confused by the amp's two output terminals.
But without knowing exactly what amp or sub you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. My questions are; 1- If I'm not pushing these subs to their limits is my current amps 2ohm ratings 2300rms to my subs 1200rms going to damage them no matter? Remember: 4 Ohm mono is equivalent to 2 Ohm stereo. If you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. And I have a crunch gp2350 2 channel amp. Dual Voice Coil Wiring Options The following diagrams are the most popular wiring configurations when using Dual Voice Coil woofers. However, the output of an amp doesn't create large amounts of current.
You can also find your local dealer at the touch of a button if you've decided to have your system professionally installed or if you just need a little help. That's a recipe for blowing subwoofers. If the amp is Class D, you'd multiply the draw wattage by ¾ to get the output wattage. When using a multimeter to set gain is the correct formula for this situation square root of 1600 x 2. The sub is rated at 600w rms. Most mono, 1-channel amplifiers have two sets of speaker output terminals that are wired together inside the amp. We use high grade steel for the T-yolk and top plate, optimize our magnet slugs and get maximum cooling.
So on is +- an other is -+ an the wires hooked up verly reach cause they were cut short. My amp says it supports bridged power at 1100 x 1 at 2 ohms. Simply put, is the wiring diagram at the following link the correct one for this setup? But just wondering how i can wire the subs to the Amp at 2 ohms altogether. You can use it, but I have never seen a speaker or amplifier that could fit that large of a wire to its terminals. Mono lock or 2 channel and how many watts? I'm trying to figure out the best way to hook my subwoofers up to that amp to get the most I can out of subs. If you want a question answered about your system, you should identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers. I just picked up a Infinity Kappa One monoblock amp which is rated at 500w rms x 1 at 4 ohms and 800W rms x 1 at 2 ohms.
Also, can these speakers be wires to 1 ohm? Which should put out maybe 7000 Rms? Would you run two dvc 4ohms to get 2. I want something sub+amp that will give me a loud hitting system. And you want to run two more subs so a total of three but want to end up with a 2ohm load. Brand names and model numbers are usually printed on the device or its label. Most subwoofer amplifiers produce their highest wattage with a 2-ohm load. The best way to have a question answered about your system is to identify both your amp and sub by brand names and model numbers.
Which do u think would be better? And what would be the best way to wire them? If you have only one sub, use only one set of terminals. As you note, for mono amps with two sets of output terminals if you hook a speaker to each terminal it would result in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you have make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. I'm asking because my dad kept having issues with his alternator going out when he had his speaker system hooked up in his truck. If it is, and the amp's going into protection mode, then either something's wrong with the wiring or the amp. Get separate amps for your different model subs, or get two subs with the same configuration. Also, is the age of an amp something to be worried about? I know of no multi-channel amp that can put out this much power.