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    Ways to wire Dual 4-Ohm Sub on 2 Channel Amp

    Quick question, I'm trying to figure out some other wiring possibilities with my Elemental Designs 15" Dual 4-ohm eK15 subwoofer on a Kicker KX450.2 Amplifier.

    I know already that I can wire it into a 2Ω Load, and thats only using one channel on the KX450.2 @ 225W. It's enough for the time being to power the subwoofer, because supposedly it's active @ around 75W. However, of course (if possible) I would like to get more power out of it and I do not have many options using a Dual 4Ω Sub on a 2 Channel amplifier.

    Therefore my question being, are their any other configurations that might offer little more wattage using the KX450.2 amp please let me know?

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    Re: Ways to wire Dual 4-Ohm Sub on 2 Channel Amp

    i would do 8 ohms bridged. Should still get at least that same 225 watts if not more plus a higher dampening factor and maybe lower thd. so series the two voice coils.




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