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    What ohms am i running at?

    I have 2 single 4 ohm voice coil subs. I have a + and a - from each sub going to the same channel on the amp. I think thats the right way to explain it.....if not, i will draw a diagram. Someone said this was a 1 ohm load and im new, so i dont know. I just wanted to know what i was at, so it would be best for my amp and not hurt anything, because if it is a 1 ohm i dont know if my amp (zapco ag 350) can take it.....Thanks



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    Thats 2 ohms (parallel). You cannot get down to 1 ohm unless you wire four 4ohm subs (or two DVC subs) in parallel. Hope this helps.



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