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    Is this right??

    The avionixx 800.2 is 2 ohm stable per channel right? Not one?? so i got one 15a wired to 4 ohms and bridged the amp. 800watts to it. Now i want to get another 15a. I cant wire them up per channel because the subs cant be wired as 2 ohms per. but if i wire them up as 4 ohms per then they will only be getting 200 watts each right???

    Thats what i deduce and it seems sh*tty to me but i guess i will have to get another amp. I dont really want to buy another 800.2 since in the end i will want more power to the subs and the amp seem to be clipping all to often. I guess ill just get a bigger amp that can put out around 1000x2 RMS and sell the 800.2 almost new.

    just want to make sure what i said was right







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    yah

    Just snag a new amp. U'll be much happier



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    you can't wire 2 15A's to a 4 ohm load. only 8ohms, 2 ohms or .5 ohms.

    If you wire each 15A to each sub, then they will only be seeing 200 watts each. Only at 4 ohm load will the amp push 800 watts.



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