question: regarding coils, ie. on the neg. push term. does continuity runs thru both pos. and neg. side of the coil?
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question: regarding coils, ie. on the neg. push term. does continuity runs thru both pos. and neg. side of the coil?
if i had a dual 1 ohm sub can i break it down to .5 ohm or what would be the next lowest ohms setting i can run it at?
quick question.
My Amp has 4 connections for the speakers.
+ + - -
Now my subs are 4ohm DVC wired down to 2ohm.
Do I just connect one sub to + - and the other to the other + - pair since it's a Class D amp and supposed to be bridged internally?
The manual is of no help.
LOL i think Hifonics has the manual for every amp but yours on their site.
What are my options on Dual 1.4?
i think i covered this thread before and found nothing, but how do i wire together two quad 1 subs to get a final load of .5 ohms? diagram please, im a visual learner
This may be a dumb question, but going from a Mono amp that is 2 ohm stable, how do I keep the system at 2 ohm? I see the pictures have 1 sub down to 1 ohm, but not at 2?
If it has to be brought down to 1 ohm, will the sub have more output?
I'm not good at the technicals. :crap:
~Levi
Any help?
didn't find it mentioned before, how would you wire 4-4ohm DVC subs @ .5 ohm ??
alright...lets say i have 4 speakers, all 4ohm, but im running them parallel off 2 channels. they get the total power at 2ohms as opposed to "splitting" it if they were in series, correct?
wire 2 pairs of the dual 4 subs in series to get a 1 ohm load, then wire both pairs together in series for the .5 ohm load. ms paint coming in a minute, i always get my series/parallel confused to it might be backwards
http://i55.photobucket.com/albums/g1...y_101/subs.jpg
so basically all pos and all neg are hooked together.
thank you very much