I have a mono amp and i don't know how to wire my two type r's to my amp in 1 ohm. Could someone show me how to do it? Thanks.
I have a mono amp and i don't know how to wire my two type r's to my amp in 1 ohm. Could someone show me how to do it? Thanks.
what ohm are the subs? 2 or 4?
what amp?
Assuming they are dual 4ohm subs, the simple way to get 1ohm is to wire all the + together and wire all the - together.
like this
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there dual 4 ohm subs. I got the subs themeselves wired in parallel but i dont know how to hook them up to the amp. Where should the sub's lead wires go on the amp. Heres the amp terminals below,
12 34
++ - -
where should the negatives and positives go from the sub to the amp. I swear im doing this right but theres barely any power
when i meter the subs should they each say 1 or 2 ohms. Im going to meter them now.
ok both subs are metered at 2 ohms each now. Is that correct for a 1 ohm load?
do i need a bridgeable amp to wire two 4 ohm subs into 1 ohm? Somebody please help me.
most mono block amps that have more then one postive and negative are uselly link in the inside of the amp so you should be able to just hook the woofer postive to amp postive ect. it may just be amp idk
2002 GMC Yukon Denali-
H/U- Kenwood KVT-512
Front Stage-
Front Amp-
Subwoofer-
Subwoofer Amp-
Subwoofer Box-
Electrical-
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id change the box also if it where me
2002 GMC Yukon Denali-
H/U- Kenwood KVT-512
Front Stage-
Front Amp-
Subwoofer-
Subwoofer Amp-
Subwoofer Box-
Electrical-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Refs- hazardous0388, crunklech, audioarsonal, basebalz13,DDbump,taintedplay,BallinByNature,fastf ive09
have you tried reading the owners manual instead of taking the time to make 2 threads about this?
i read the owners manual on your amp and in 2 minutes in knew how you should wire these up. try it.
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Enclosure: 2 Cubes @ 32hz
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your amp is ++-- hook up to your first+ and last-neg like this++--
+__- your #1+ and #4- hope this will help rock on
All + hooked together. All - hooked together...
You're only giving the R's 450w a piece, and given that music is very dynamic, I'd be surprised they're seeing much over 250-300w on heavy bass. Not to mention that box looks to be about 1/2 the size you should have.
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Source: Pioneer 880 PRS *Active
Tweeters: Soon to be Hat Imagine
Midrange: Soon to be Hat Imagine
Sub: 15" SSA Icon
Box: 2.5^3 Sealed
Amp: Soundstream Tarantula 2kW
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