My Amp puts out 2400 Watts at 4ohms bridged.
Can I hook it up to 3 p3's without blowing something?????
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My Amp puts out 2400 Watts at 4ohms bridged.
Can I hook it up to 3 p3's without blowing something?????
what amp do you have i gurantee it does not put out 2400@ any ohm
What VC config are the P3's?
1. No it doesn't, what's the model # so we can tell you what it really does.
2. Probably not, what coil configuration?
Crunch Ground pounder GPV2400.4
3 rockford p3 4/2dvc
You might be getting 160 x 2, not nearly enough to power even one P3.
Where in the Hell did you even get max. ratings for that amp at 2400. And this 3 rockford p3 4/2dvc still doesn't tell anyone what they are VC wise, either dual 2's or dual 4's? Can't be both.
Mono bridge at 4ohms is 1200x2
4ohm
Dual 4
That amp has 2 30 amp fuses. Most you're going to get bridged might 700-800. Probably more like 200 X 2 bridged at 4. So not really enough. And you can't get to 4 ohm with the dual 4's. You could do .5 ohm or 2 ohm. Sorry bud. If you already have both the subs and the amp I'd get a bigger mono to power the subs. And get some door speakers you can power with the Crunch. Or start over altogether....
Crunch is false advertising??
So what will happen if I run the Amp bridged@ 4 ohms to the p3's at 2.67ohm load???