Can I wire a MTX Thunder6000 12" To my amp ?
Hey guys, im going to get rid of my 2 tens and i got a real nice Q-Logic 12" subwoofer enclosure. Its a sealed enclosure and I was just wondering if i will be able to hitch this sub up to my amplifier as I currently have my 2 10" dual 4ohm voice coil subs hitched together for a 4ohm load x 1.
MTX Thunder6000 12"
Subwoofer Size : 12 Inch
Dual Voice Coil : No
Impedance (Ohms) : 4
Peak Power Handling (watts) : 500
Frequency Response (Hz) : 29Hz - 150Hz
Sensitivity (dB) : 87
Woofer Cone Material : Injection-Molded Polypropylene
Woofer Surround Material : NBR Rubber
Voice Coil Design : 4-Layer, Apical Voice Coil Formers
Basket Material : Steel
xMax - Maximum Excursion (millimeters) : 9.4
QTS : .66
Fs - Free Air Resonance (Hz) : 29.7
Recommended Amp Wattage Range : 20 - 250 Watts
Mounting Depth (inches) : 5.1
Vas (liters) : 77.2
Continuous Power (20Hz-20kHz, 0.04% THD)
2 ch: (4 Ohm) 100Wx2
2 ch: (2 Ohm) 200Wx2
1 ch: (4 Ohm) 400Wx1
Maximum Power (EIAJ)
2 ch: (4 Ohm) 250Wx2
1 ch: (4 Ohm) 750Wx1
Frequency Response: 10Hz - 50kHz (0,-1dB)
Total Harmonic Distortion: 105dB (IHF-A Weighted, at 1kHz)
Dimensions: 10-3/8" x 2-1/2" x 13-5/8"
Bridgeable 1/2/3 Channel Capability
PWM Regulated MOSFET Power Supply
2 Ohm (4 Ohm mono) Optimized MOSFET Output Section
Balanced Isolator Input Circuit
Oversized Gold-Plated Screw-Type Power/Ground Terminals
Gold-Plated Screw-Type Speaker Terminals
Gold-Plated RCA Inputs
Gold-Plated RCA Outputs (Full Range)
Hi-Volt Input Level Control (400mV-6.5V)
Variable Crossover: 50-120Hz, -12dB/oct. (LPF/HPF)
Variable Bass Boost (40-120Hz, 0 to +18dB)
Subsonic Filter (15Hz, -18dB/Oct.)
Im going to buy this sub at Circuit city mainly because its on sale right now for only $83 and it sounded better than my 2 10s. I believe this sub is a SVC. And its 4ohms...but I could of swore the guy said that it was a Dual 2ohm subwoofer. Either way, I could hitch it up right?
For a 1 SVC sub, I just hitch the + and - on the sub to the + and - on the amp right? It's a 2 channel amp that has the left and right channel, and it also has the option of putting it bridged, put 1 + from left and 1 - from the right channel.
What is the best way to hitch this sub up?
BTW - The amp I have seems to put our a real world average of 600+ watts RMS, atleast thats what almost ever birth sheet says and tests on it. So would it be worth it to spend an extra $50 and get the Thunder8000 12" ?
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