1. ## 2 same DVC subs in parallel, but on in serie. ( 2+8ohm=2ohms) in paralel??? well it..

2 same DVC subs in parallel, but on in serie. ( 2+8ohm=2ohms) in paralel??? well it hurt my amp, or subs any. 2 ohms, i can push 1200w rms mu subs are total of 1400w rms for both. i have a 1 farad cap so i have the power the amp needs.

2. ## or is it 2.5 ohms

2+8ohms=10ohms, divided by number of subs(2) = 5, divided by parallel (2) = 2.5
did i do that right? o will, i can always check it one the ohm meter.2.5 should give me like 1000 watts or so.
subs are dvc. each with 4 ohm loads, so one can be in series and the other in parallel and wier the subs togeter in parallel.
yall think this well work the way i want it too??? (even distrabution of power to both subs)?

3. errr what the hell you doin? its figured this way top part is 2*8=16 divide that by 2+8 which is 10- 16/10...... 1.6 ohms but why you mixxin subs?

4. ## not

im not mixing subs. just the impedences.

5. that is still mixxing and the higher impedence woofer would be loudest

6. Originally posted by audiolife
that is still mixxing and the higher impedence woofer would be loudest
Lowest impedance woofer would be the loudest...

7. depends on if its series or parallel and i thought the same thing till richard clark did the run down lol

8. Originally posted by audiolife
depends on if its series or parallel and i thought the same thing till richard clark did the run down lol
Branch circuitry can be easily calculated, but given the question, and how he is wiring it, the 2 ohm will take the brunt of the applied energy...

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