Re: Amp wiring
If the vehicle is really capable of supporting the current draw, then 2,000W is 2,000W. It looks different when we compare amplifier efficiency at different impedances. The short version of explaining this is the 2,000W at a lower impedance is going to require more current. You want to use a mono amplifier for that much power. They're designed to handle higher current than 2-channel amplifiers, and generally the efficiency should be higher. This means less power is wasted as heat. This "crap" matters because if you get it wrong you can end up with an electrical fire, in the worst case scenario.
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