Re: Help With Wiring My Subs... 2ohm vs 4ohm? ahhh plz read
If I understand correctly you are using one sub on each amp?
I don't have any experience with the X series but you need to know what ohm you subs are before you rewire any subwoofer.
Again, I have never used that amp but the specs show it to be stable to 2 ohm.
So as a word of caution - If your subs are dual 4 ohm, attempting to wire both subs on ONE amp in parallel will give you a 1 ohm load. This is what the previous post suggests and that could turn out bad for your amp.
See if this helps any: JL Audio - Car Audio Systems
One dual 4 ohm sub per amp (+ to + / - to - ) will give you a 2 ohm load at each amp - which according to the specs should be safe.
If this is the way they are hooked up may need to check your gains (turn them down some). Looks like those subs could take more power than those amps are putting out. Could be that you to have cranked the gains up a little too much. Speaking from the specs only.
Hope this helps
2012 Ram Express "5.7 Hemi"
HU: PIONEER P9400BH
Front Componets: Soundstream SST 6.5 ( 2 sets doors and B pillars) / Kicker KS35 in the dash
Subs: Single 10" JL Basswedge
Front Amps Running off of HU
Sub Amp: Soundstream PN1.450D