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    Re: can I make my 4 ohm interiors 2 ohm?

    Quote Originally Posted by sicilianiggy View Post
    I made a mistake. Just noticed my amp pushes 225w when bridged and my speakers are 100rms. When I bridged the fronts the other day about an hour of pushing around 3/4 volume made the amp really hot but they sounded really good.

    Cant I run my speakers in parallel to get a 2 ohm load. My amp would push 110x4 with a 2 ohm load giving me room to amp up all 4 speakers instead of bridging and only amplify the fronts because I can only use 2 channels.



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    Re: can I make my 4 ohm interiors 2 ohm?

    Forget it. I understand that I can bridge the amp. Bridging it gives me 225w I wanted to know if I can run my components parallel to get 2 ohms giving me 110x4 but I have a crossover so I don't think I can. But anyway decided to get a precision p900.4 amp...giving me 145x4




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    Re: can I make my 4 ohm interiors 2 ohm?

    Quote Originally Posted by sicilianiggy View Post
    Forget it. I understand that I can bridge the amp. Bridging it gives me 225w I wanted to know if I can run my components parallel to get 2 ohms giving me 110x4 but I have a crossover so I don't think I can. But anyway decided to get a precision p900.4 amp...giving me 145x4
    Good choice



    Head Unit: Pioneer DEH-X8600BH
    Front's: Alpine Type-R 6 1/2's
    Rear's: Alpine Type-R 6x9's
    Mid Range: Dayton RS75-4's
    Tweeters: Vifa XT25SC90-04's
    Subs: 2 Obsidian Audio 12v3's
    Sub Amp: Hifonics BRX2400.1D
    Mid Amp: Alpine F-4
    Tweeter / Mid Range Amp: JL 300/4
    Powerplant: Die Hard Platinum

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