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    hello everybody, i am just learning about car audio so dont be to harsh on me. First, i got 4 SPR-17C 6.5 alpine type-R, and i want to power them with my p.450 4channel RF amp. the amps maw power is 1752, and rms is 584. How do i wire them so i wont blow them?







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    Re: amp is too strong

    its a 4 chan amp, you wire each speaker to each channel




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    Re: amp is too strong

    Nm. ^^^^^^^6



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    Re: amp is too strong

    will it be ok, if i wire them to each channel, i end up with a 2ohm load with 115rms. the speakers power handle 100rms, and 300max. will that be ok, they will only be used for highs




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    Re: amp is too strong

    Quote Originally Posted by carlos18 View Post
    will it be ok, if i wire them to each channel, i end up with a 2ohm load with 115rms. the speakers power handle 100rms, and 300max. will that be ok, they will only be used for highs
    If they are 4 ohm speakers, they will present the amp with a 4 ohm load per channel.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DejaWiz View Post
    If they are 4 ohm speakers, they will present the amp with a 4 ohm load per channel.
    true that




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    Re: amp is too strong

    Set your gains accordingly.



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    Re: amp is too strong

    ok guys, thanks i didnt know that.




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