Re: Subwoofer wiring problem
Wait, are you trying to say that they are 6ohm DVC. Thats where the 3 ohm and the 12 ohm would come from. 3 would be from wiring the sub in parallel and 12 would be in series.
Originally Posted by spydyplayer
If they are DVC then you could wire into a 1 ohm by wiring everything parallel.
You could also get 4ohm by wire the single sub in series and then wiring all three woofers in parallel.
Theres other ways but they result in high impedances that you don't need.
A dual voice coil (DVC) has two + and - inputs in the sub. It makes it easier to wire to what your need.
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