He bought the amp and subs before either of us had a clue. I now realize I should have done a little more homework before buying. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in history from West Virginia University. Do i have to run them up just like the other amp, or can i splice them directly into the other amps cords? So each of those amps would have to be 2ohm stable. As for Anonymous, I'll just consider the source of the opinions. I know you can hook up two subs to a mono amp but what is the exact benefits of it. I can wire the coils in series to get 4ohms then either hook it up to one channel for around 250w rms or I could bridge the amp and send around 450-550w rms right? Please help me out on this one.
It all depends on Many many factors in the design stage by the manufacturers of the drivers. If both of the speakers have an impedance of 4 ohms, the total impedance will be 8 ohms. The impedance quoted is either Only at one frequency, or an average across it's full working range. That said, I can guarantee you that if you are looking for louder bass there is better ways to do it than doing something as dumb as wiring two amps to one sub. Thanks for that info, a couple more questions. I need to know how you set your amps to run at 2 ohm or 4 ohm. And like Dustin said, lol, it is pretty much just a stupid idea.
Also some high powered drivers, and lower powered ones, arn't as effecient as others. Polymide midrange Superior Dome Tweeter Piezo Tweeter Mounting Depth: 3. Always a pleasure when people appreciate the time! Do not buy lackluster gear unless you want a lackluster system. But I would really like to run them off that mono amp. But then again the internet, like you mentioned, provides wiring diagrams. Same thing with a power wire but might be a good idea to start with a big guage 1 recommended or 4 guage wire then when seperated with a Distrubtion Block into smaller guage wire.
Or maybe from a Reputable test in some mag or online etc. With regard to bridging, it doesn't make any difference if the Amps are seperate Mono ones, or all in the same enclosure, either Mono or Stereo, and running from the same power supply, or not. My email, with the addition of subs. It depends on the setup of your sub. Maybe just a little multiplying and division? Thanx for all of your help on this. Thank you guys for your help, i really appreciate any advice you can give. You will run the speaker wire for the main speakers for example from the receiver to the sub, then run speaker wire from the sub to the main speakers.
Also the more air you move the better the response on lower bass notes. I'd appreciate advice on connecting the head unit to the amps and both amps. If there were three 4 ohm speakers in series, the total impedance will be 12 ohms. I thought combining 2 channels to make 1 made you ignore what each channel sees and pay attention to the whole 4ohm picture. You must be careful when paralleling speakers onto an amplifier.
Liandi has traveled extensively in Europe and East Asia and incorporates her experiences into her articles. If all speakers have the same impedance, the total impedance is the impedance of a single speaker divided by the total number of speakers. If One amp has a preout on it, run rca cable from the preout of the one amp to the input of the other amp. You then need to get an amp with how much power? Subwoofer wiring to 1 ohm dvc and two sets of speaker wire is easiest but they were still giving. I would stay with mono block amps, there Class-D amps and that's the best amp for running subs. Stereo isn't important for Bass, especially in vehicles.
Check the data on the Amps to make sure they can handle this, and the driver specs too. Then you get the max output of your amp. I've been preoccupied lately researching and have found many quality sites thanks to this forum. If you have to ask then you can't do it. If i connected it all right and set the amps the same, and not too high, wouldn't it work just like a 1000W amp? Connect one end of the first length of wire to the speaker output terminals of the amplifier. And that amp happens to have rca Outputs. And you possibly could have an amp though I have never seen one that could output separate left and right subwoofer feeds.
I have a friend who use to work in the Best Buy install bay, and he told me it was a bad idea. And that's just in the bass department lol! But as i said in my example before, bridging makes the Total impedance seen by both sides of the Amp doubled. No its not going to have the power to run two subs at 4-Ohm, those subs need at least 500W each sub or 250W a coil. I heard your the expert here so Im trusting you. I've seen other formulas using math that I'm just not familiar with.
Within this setup is required for your amp. One set of speakers are Audio Lighting Subs. Hook up two subwoofers to hook up subs were still giving. Its not brain science but if someone hasn't had knowledge bestowed upon them then they can really fuck their system up. So any Amp must be chosen that Will work Safely into even lower impedances. So with the dual 2ohm coils I have two wiring options right? And you posisbly could have an amp though I have never seen one that could output spearate left and right subwoofer feeds.