What kind of amp is it and Is it bridgeable? My sub is bridged that's why I'm asking.
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What kind of amp is it and Is it bridgeable? My sub is bridged that's why I'm asking.
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Dude, I have a 12" CVR sitting right here. The model # on the back is 07CVR122. That means it's a 2 ohm dual voice coil sub.
Does your sub say 07CVR122 on it?
lol you have alot of learning to do.
you cant bridge a sub, you can wire it to different ohm loads.
example.
if your sub is dual 4 ohm. you can wire it to 2 ohms or 8 ohms.
if it is dual 2 ohm, you can wire it to 1 ohm or 4 ohms.
my amp is a mono amp, meaning it only has 1 channel, and for any subwoofer, it is all you need.
basically the easiest thing would be to take it out of the box and look at the back of the magnet at the model number.
It says 07cvr124
Ok my bad I just have it hooked up to the briged part on the amp terminals
ok, so what you do is wire both positive together and both negative together, then a wire from 1 pos terminal and 1 neg terminal to the amp.
that is 2 ohms.
my amp will bump it hard.
like this.
you want the first picture.
http://www.the12volt.com/caraudio/wo...s.asp?Q=1&I=42
Here ya go, man. Kicker ZX400.1 (400 watts rms @ 2 ohms) for $168: http://www.hookedontronics.com/show_...ker_08+ZX400.1
Ok yeah sorry for the confusion. So if I buy your amp just hook it up as it is now? It's already hooked up inside the box. I just hook it up to one positive on one terminal on the amp and the other terminal is the neg?
That kicker amp will make my sub hit hard?
If you have a pair of cvr 12 4 ohm and have good electrical and goodbox a hf 1200 wil get u over 145 db in a trunk