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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    bump man this thread ***** without pics.



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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by barfy View Post
    I have a small problem,
    I have a new dual sealed box with two JL Ausio 10W6v2-D4 subs.
    I will be powering them with an Alpine Pdx-1.1000. PDX-1.1000 Info on Crutchfield

    How do I wire the subs,
    Do I wire both with the 2ohm config like this and hook them up to the two out puts on the amp,


    Or do I wire both like this and connect them to the outputs on the amp!!

    i need this answer too



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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    This thread failed miserably. The thread should be removed and restarted with the first couple of post having actually diagrams.






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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbagumper6 View Post
    Or you guys should get off your asses and find the answers yourselves? Why do you need someone to hold your hand every step of the way? There's a million wiring diagrams out there, do you not know how to use google?

    I mean for god's sake, there's a link on the first page!!!

    This thread is SEVEN YEARS OLD, of course the images are gone by now...fucking noobs
    Your **** bleeding this week? How about a ****ing noob mod unpin the worthless 7 year old thread and let it die. I hope your the only prick on these forums.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by XPerties View Post
    Your **** bleeding this week? How about a ****ing noob mod unpin the worthless 7 year old thread and let it die. I hope your the only prick on these forums.
    How about you stop beings such a lazy ******* and look up the answer for yourself? If you expect the members of this forum to hold your hand and spoon feed you every stop you are going to be disappointed. It's one thing to be a noob and ask a question, but it's an entirely different thing to sit here and ***** about the lack of help for your stupid ***.

    Here, I'll even provide you with a link

    How the fuck do I wire subs?




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    I don't believe I ever asked for help on how to wire subs so who's the noob now? Maybe you should learn to read ****tard, I simply said the thread failed without pictures based on the actually topic of the thread. What a waste of space you consume in this universe.

    Good day tard.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by XPerties View Post
    I don't believe I ever asked for help on how to wire subs so who's the noob now? Maybe you should learn to read ****tard, I simply said the thread failed without pictures based on the actually topic of the thread. What a waste of space you consume in this universe.

    Good day tard.
    You obviously have a need for them because you were bitching that this thread didn't have detailed pictures on how to correctly wire voice coils. If you weren't a lazy ignorant noob this wouldn't be a problem because you could find them yourself. No one is going to spoon feed you here, if you don't know what your doing, and don't want to do the work to learn, you need to get out of this hobby right now.




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    A I said "What a waste of space you consume in this universe."

    OK OK OK, you're so right. I'm a piece of ****. I'm a noob. I'm not sure why I needed to know how to wire up subs when my subs are already tucked nice and neat in my truck but hey, I'll agree with you on that one to.

    Now let me run and end my worthless life...ummm...I mean worthless noob life, yeah that sounds better. I bow down to you and hope one day I'm as good and ileet as you are.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by XPerties View Post
    A I said "What a waste of space you consume in this universe."

    OK OK OK, you're so right. I'm a piece of ****. I'm a noob. I'm not sure why I needed to know how to wire up subs when my subs are already tucked nice and neat in my truck but hey, I'll agree with you on that one to.

    Now let me run and end my worthless life...ummm...I mean worthless noob life, yeah that sounds better. I bow down to you and hope one day I'm as good and ileet as you are.
    Glad we agree




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    How do I wire my subs?



    Just kidding. But seriously, I've looked all over the internet on how I am supposed to wire my two enclosed DVC subs in parallel for 2 Ohms at the amp. (ZX750.1 mono amp) The box has a split down the middle which separates the subs. Kicker site shows one way, and RF site shows another way. Nowhere does it show how to accomplish this when the subs are separated. I've only wired 2 subs to a 2 channel amp, so this is new to me. If anyone could give me some advice, that would be cool. Thanks.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    i need help installing 4 speakers on my 2 remaining channels

    The amp is a tma 320.4
    - 80 rms watts x4 at 2-ohm
    - 60 rms watts x2 at 4-ohm
    (Bridged): 160W x 2 @ 4 ohm

    The speakers are 4, 4" focal 100 CA1
    -50watts rms at 4 ohm

    the first 2 channels are takin up by my rear 6x9s, so should i bridge the last 4 speakers on the 2 left over channels then connect them all in series, or in parallel?

    my amp is 2-ohm stable, from my understanding if i bridged then connected in series I could get 40 watts per speaker rms? 160/4 at 2 ohm? If not what is the optimum setup here?

    Someone please help, i've been asking different people all day getting different answers. Thank you.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    Quote Originally Posted by brent12 View Post
    i need help installing 4 speakers on my 2 remaining channels

    The amp is a tma 320.4
    - 80 rms watts x4 at 2-ohm
    - 60 rms watts x2 at 4-ohm
    (Bridged): 160W x 2 @ 4 ohm

    The speakers are 4, 4" focal 100 CA1
    -50watts rms at 4 ohm

    the first 2 channels are takin up by my rear 6x9s, so should i bridge the last 4 speakers on the 2 left over channels then connect them all in series, or in parallel?

    my amp is 2-ohm stable, from my understanding if i bridged then connected in series I could get 40 watts per speaker rms? 160/4 at 2 ohm? If not what is the optimum setup here?

    Someone please help, i've been asking different people all day getting different answers. Thank you.
    You don't want to connect all 4 speakers together because then it wouldn't even be stereo, it would be mono. I believe what you'll want to do, is connect each set in parallel. Then you'll have 2 sets with each having a 2 ohm load. Then connect each set to it's own channel and you'll get 40 watts to each speaker and still have your "left" and "right" speakers.




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    ok, so wiring them in parallel would divide the 80 watts the amp puts out on that channel by 2 because there are 2 speakers? If I were to wire them in series I believe the amp would only send 15-20 watts per speaker at 8 ohms




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    god **** guys. here is the link you want for it allhttp://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp




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    Re: voicecoil wiring options

    How could my dvc4 be wired to 4 ohms? I can't find anything anywhere



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