All car amplifier will work with a 4-ohm load - wire it. Another example might be using a 4-channel amplifier to drive your front speakers with two of its channels, while powering a subwoofer with its other two channels bridged together, saving you the need to buy and install a new separate amp for your subwoofer. You'll want to do this to keep all the subwoofer cones moving in the same direction at the same time, no matter which way they face. If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the gear by brand names and model numbers so we can get the correct information to you. Disclaimer on how to bridge an amplifier Before attempting to bridge an amplifier, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. Any help or links would be great! I've been a writer for car audio and fitness tech at Crutchfield since 2005.
If so, a lot of amps ive been reading on say 2 ohm stable, is this okay? Your amp could be installed near the speaker in the trunk or under a seat. When purchasing either form of amplification, look for an amp that accepts high-level signals. Polk audio Db1242 dvc dB+ series, 370 watt rms, 1110 watt 4 ohm. Would this amp be enough power to run this set up or would you have another recommendation? If you already have either an amplifier or the subwoofers and need help choosing the other piece, be sure to check out our more. The subs are 1500 watt with 750 rms each with a total of 1500 rms and the amp is 1 ohm stable an has a 2800-3000 rms at 1ohm, 2000 at 2ohm, and. With two subs, this is a great way to get the pounding bass you're looking for.
I hooked up the Skar sub to only one voice coil. 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? I have a sealed box separate chambers. I've seen mixed reviews and am confused on wether the subs are 300 watt max peak each or 500 watt max peak. I just dont wanna throw 1000 watts at each one when theyre only rated for 500 and burn up a brand new set of jl's. You hook two computers to one modem by getting a router.
I don't have any gains turned up or anything i just would like to be able to adjust it and turn the volume up higher. Mono amps are built for just this kind of situation, so you'll get maximum power output from your amp investment. Installed in ported box with a output for each speaker. It doesn't sound all that great. Or do you suggest doing otherwise? They actually pay me to ramble on, rant, and explain the things I love about music, electronics, and getting good sound. If your computer has bluetooth or wireless, modern routers can communicate with your computer or printer in a different room. Working in a music store in Austin, Texas, I spent a few years manufacturing, installing, repairing, and operating sound systems.
Not knowing exactly which one you have makes it impossible to give wiring advice. Basically communication is of two types. A two channel amplifier can be bridged to one channel, and a four channel amp can bridged into two channels. Subwoofer voice coils usually come in 2-ohm, 4-ohm, or 8-ohm impedances. I currently have an amp that i would like to use. If your subwoofer is 2 ohms, you can hook it up to one of the channels.
Get some good subs and a good amp and let it rip! Even without knowing the power ratings of your subs, I'd say the only safe way to connect that gear together is. Mono, 1-channel amps are more powerful and are designed to work with a wider range of impedances, and have tone controls and filters specifically made to help reproduce bass. This way i dont over power my speaker with one amp at 2 ohms 100 watts per channel rms, and the other amp at 4 ohms 125 watts per channel rms. Unless you are talking about hooking up more than one speaker to the same exact port on the receiver. Again, just like bridging a two-channel amplifier, connect these speakers wires to the amplifier by unscrewing the screw, placing the wires in between the top and bottom portions of the terminal, and then screw the screws down tightly to secure the wires. What should I power them with? Subsonic filters what should it be turned at along with the other nobs to? There are almost no benefits in using a 2-channel amp to drive a subwoofer system.
Contact us by phone, chat, or email and an Advisor will help you get what you need. If you want a question answered about a system, you should identify the gear by brand names and model numbers so we can get the right information to you. 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 has to push around the dead weight of the disconnected coil. Check your amp's manual for that information. If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the equipment by model numbers as well as brand names. Wire a 2-ohm sub to each terminal, and the amp sees 1-ohm as its total load. A voice coil changes its impedance depending on what frequency the signal is.
Is this correct and how much power do you think i will have at 1. To my understanding, and from what i see while browsing i should be looking at an 2 channel amp in the 1200w - 1500w range thats putting out 800-1100rms bridged? If you purchase an amp without speaker level inputs, you will need to also purchase a line-out converter to alter the output of your stock head unit to a low-level signal to be accepted into standard speaker connections on your amp. So can i just run a postive lead from the 6. Besides, I have a Sony 1800 watt xplod subwoofer. Over the last few years, I've also carved out a niche producing demo videos for our in-dash car stereos. Since the Passport does not power the subwoofer, is the wattage and ohms of the subwoofer as restrictive as if the sub was non-powered? Please advise which one and how to wire those, don't know what is the lowest impedance for K-600 using two subs. What will be the best way to wire these up please? Can you point me towards the best diagram for wiring up this subwoofer to my amp? What ohm should i wire at and what gauge of speaker wire should i use from amp to sub? Each amp has two sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience, and 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.