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    6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    I'm looking for a 6 to 7 inch sub or mid sub in a 1.5 to 2 ohm dvc configuration. The only one I can find is the Bazooka WF621.5DV. Does anyone have other suggestions? Prefer a better build quality than the Bazooka offering.







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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    CDT Audio Midwoofers HD-6CF
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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    I need dual voice coil speakers. The HD-6CF does not appear to be DVC. Are they?




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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    Where are you going to install these? You want the HD-6MDVC if it must be a dual voice coil driver. That one has 2 4 Ohm coils. The sensitivity is quite low so be prepared to put on ~150W per driver.



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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    Quote Originally Posted by Shipey View Post
    I need dual voice coil speakers. The HD-6CF does not appear to be DVC. Are they?
    no but you can get them in a 2 ohm coil




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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    That's the problem. Trying to stay with a Ford oem amp that is presently paired with 1.2 ohm speakers. I've been trying to find higher quality, better sounding replacements. Cannot find anything tht works with the factory amp. It's a Mustang Shaker 500.




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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

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    That's the problem. Trying to stay with a Ford oem amp that is presently paired with 1.2 ohm speakers. I've been trying to find higher quality, better sounding replacements. Cannot find anything tht works with the factory amp. It's a Mustang Shaker 500.
    most speakers and subs aren't at the ohm levels they are shown any way ,most are a bit lower .dont think they will be at 1.2 ,but maybe 1.7




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    Re: 6" - 7" sub or mid sub in a 1.5 - 2.0 ohm dvc

    Would wiring both channels to the HD-6F work satisfactorily? Does that speaker have good efficiency?




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