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    why dvc instead of svc

    i dont understand why 2 dvc subs are better than 2 svc subs when i can wire the svc subs for 2 ohms and get more power out of amp. while i cant wire the dvc subs to 2 ohm. someone tell me please why dvc subs are better. i currently have 2 ch kenwood 800 watt amp and 2 12" jbl dvc subs in two seperate boxes.

    can someone tell me how to wire them for best and most power







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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    who said one was better than the other?

    its all in the design of the woofer, and which is more applicable to your install.




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    Just to provide more flexiblity in impedances...absolutely no sonic difference between the two. The T/S params do change slightly, though.




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    so whats the best way to wire them if i have the subs in 2 different boxes?




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    if youve got 2 DVC 2 ohm subs you can get a final 2 ohm load in a series/parallel configuration.




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    can someone explain how i do this wiring option? thanks




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    There's a convienent sticky at the top of this forum that tells you how to do that.




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Frost
    There's a convienent sticky at the top of this forum that tells you how to do that.

    What....you mean actually look for the answer myself!?!? Blasphemy!!




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    Re: why dvc instead of svc

    call me an optimist.




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