Stuck with 2ohm DVC subs, ways to get 1 ohm final load?

Well, if I had two 2 ohm DVC subs, my options are .5 2 or 8 ohms. Well, I was wondering if I could wire to .5 ohms, and just add wire length or maybe run through a few aluminum posts or something that have resistance until I was showing a 1 ohm load. Theoretically it makes sense.

Cliffs: Amp only rated for 1 ohm. Have two 2 ohm DVC subs, trying to get 1 ohm for daily.

This sounds kinda dumb but I dont see why it couldnt work. I mean a lot of times its going to end up being more like .7 or .8 anyway after you wire it up.

Thoughts?

Re: Stuck with 2ohm DVC subs, ways to get 1 ohm final load?

What amp? a bigger box brings your impedance up I've heard.

It will hardly see below 1 ohm on music anyway

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Originally Posted by

**ThatChevyGuy**
What amp? a bigger box brings your impedance up I've heard.

**It will hardly see below 1 ohm on music anyway**

why do you think that?

Re: Stuck with 2ohm DVC subs, ways to get 1 ohm final load?

Thats what i always heard

Re: Stuck with 2ohm DVC subs, ways to get 1 ohm final load?

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Originally Posted by

**ThatChevyGuy**
What amp? a bigger box brings your impedance up I've heard.

It will hardly see below 1 ohm on music anyway

Yeah I think during the music it will fluctuate below 1 ohm. But what I'm saying is as long as it is seeing 1 ohm at rest, 1 ohm is 1 ohm right? Even if its attained by adding metal resistance lol

Re: Stuck with 2ohm DVC subs, ways to get 1 ohm final load?

that amp will prob do fine with .7