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    Re: 500watts @2ohm or 500watts @4ohm

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    Re: 500watts @2ohm or 500watts @4ohm

    not sure if op has made his decision yet, but if you have 2 4ohm subs, you can use a mono 2ohm amplifier, as long as you connect the subs in parallel, because that would drop your equivalent resistance to 2ohms

    this is based on knowledge i have of physics, but heres a link to a wikipedia article that details what i have said in short

    or not. i cant post links unfortunately




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    Re: 500watts @2ohm or 500watts @4ohm

    Quote Originally Posted by nationwide13 View Post
    not sure if op has made his decision yet, but if you have 2 4ohm subs, you can use a mono 2ohm amplifier, as long as you connect the subs in parallel, because that would drop your equivalent resistance to 2ohms

    this is based on knowledge i have of physics, but heres a link to a wikipedia article that details what i have said in short

    or not. i cant post links unfortunately
    So both subs would be at 2 ohms? Would that hit as hard as if they were both at 4ohms?




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    Re: 500watts @2ohm or 500watts @4ohm

    Quote Originally Posted by nationwide13 View Post
    not sure if op has made his decision yet, but if you have 2 4ohm subs, you can use a mono 2ohm amplifier, as long as you connect the subs in parallel, because that would drop your equivalent resistance to 2ohms

    this is based on knowledge i have of physics, but heres a link to a wikipedia article that details what i have said in short

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    His subs are Dvc 4ohm therefore on a mono amp it can be wired to 1 or 4 ohm



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