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    can I wire 3 dual 2 ohm subs to a single 2K watt amp?

    I have 3 dreadnaut dual 2 ohms and a single 2K watt rms amp 1 ohm stable and have ran it down to.5 ohm with no problems how can I wire the subs to 1 ohm?







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    thank you sir!




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    1.33 ohms, close enough...



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    what size dreads? wanna sell them?



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    lol no im really looking for one more but I have gave up they are 15's should be nice I have 2 now that hit a 152 with no deadening.




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    I love these subs, I have had a number of high ends and these are very nice.




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