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    impedence for the ctx components?

    Is the impedence for the ctx components 4 ohm per speaker, or for the set? The guy from woofersetc.com informed me it would be 4 ohm load on a 2 channel amplifier with no way of wiring it down to 2 ohms.

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    Re: impedence for the ctx components?

    only way to put it at 2 ohms is to wire them together..



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    Re: impedence for the ctx components?

    You don't want them run in mono. They aren't dvc, so you have limited wiring options.



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    Re: impedence for the ctx components?

    I think I am just confused assuming each speaker is 4ohms correct? so 4ohm+4ohm in parallel would be 2 ohm load correct?



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    Re: impedence for the ctx components?

    They are SINGLE voice coil, and you don't run them wired together in any way. If you wire them into 2 ohms you are running them mono, and you want them in stereo.



    Quote Originally Posted by danyopjr View Post
    Kickers are not meant to last that long so therefore seems like this sub is either abused with running too much watts to em or have been used for awhile. Kickers are ok for the price but wont last long when running them for awhile or running too much Watts to em
    Refs thread. http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showth...read?p=6573666

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    Re: impedence for the ctx components?

    Thank you. That's what I wanted to hear!!



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