0 ohm load possible?


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Lol...what sub is single 1?

 

Rashaddd

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Thats like asking if its possible to have zero mass, or to have zero friction, you can get close, but its impossible to reach it, without not existing in the first place

 

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A lot of fvcking current would flow if there was zero resistance.

 

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Thats like asking if its possible to have zero mass, or to have zero friction, you can get close, but its impossible to reach it, without not existing in the first place
For all intents and purposes a dead short is assumed to be no resistance.

Edited for Squeak's grammar ninja attack. //content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/laugh.gif.48439b2acf2cfca21620f01e7f77d1e4.gif

 

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Thats like asking if its possible to have zero mass, or to have zero friction, you can get close, but its impossible to reach it, without not existing in the first place
Wrong!

There is no resistance in absolute zero temperatures! they have been playing with this idea for sometime.

 

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LOL, so is it even possible to achieve a 0 ohm load?
In theory, yes. In real life loads are going to have some kind of resistance if you go back a ton of decimal places.

 

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Wrong!
There is no resistance in absolute zero temperatures! they have been playing with this idea for sometime.
too bad you can't create absolute zero temperatures...//content.invisioncic.com/y282845/emoticons/rolleyes.gif.c1fef805e9d1464d377451cd5bc18bfb.gif

falls under the same category...its a theoretical limit thats impossible to reach, but you can come close

just like approaching infinity, except its impossible to even get 'close' to that, but for usefull purposes we can use really big numbers instead

 

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If you run 4 single vc 1 ohm subs in parallel you get a 0 ohm load?
Sure, on the dark side of the moon.

 

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If you run 4 single vc 1 ohm subs in parallel you get a 0 ohm load?
seriously? You couldnt of made it a quad 1 ohm? lol

figure this. 2 quad 1 ohm woofers would be 1/8 ohm. 4 would be a 1/16 ohm. I cant remember what ohm you would have to be at to have a dead short but i know its very very low

 

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seriously? You couldnt of made it a quad 1 ohm? lolfigure this. 2 quad 1 ohm woofers would be 1/8 ohm. 4 would be a 1/16 ohm. I cant remember what ohm you would have to be at to have a dead short but i know its very very low
eventually your wire has more resisitance than the sub

 

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