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    Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    I'm getting 2 sets of 6.5 Rsd components and I have been looking for a amp to push them, of course they all will push more power at 2 ohms then 4 ohms..How do I run these components into a 2 ohm load or can I buy them in a 2 ohm rather then 4? I have only run subs in parallel to drop the ohms and didn't know if you just do the same with the components or how this works...Or is it even possible?? School a fool...thanks..Joe..







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    Re: Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    You can wire them in parallel, but it's generally not recommended to do so with passive crossovers since it can change the crossover frequencies. Just curious, but why 2 sets? 1 set getting 2x150+ w rms should be plenty for most.



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    Re: Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    1 set is a good suggestion.






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    Re: Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    I need a set for the rear and a set for the front..I have to have front and rear fill, I'm weird that way I know..




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    Re: Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    Freakin don't put the tweeters in the back.






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    Re: Confused, is there a way for me to run my RSD's in a 2ohm load?

    Quote Originally Posted by nismos14 View Post
    Freakin don't put the tweeters in the back.




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    Quote Originally Posted by nismos14 View Post
    Freakin don't put the tweeters in the back.
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