Lol nvm the thread title it's really not that serious I just dont really remember the math to figure out my question that I'm about to ask yall. So my 15 inch Audiopipe Txx-bdc4-15d2 subwoofer is being put into a sealed box that I'm currently building that will have an internal air space of 3.45 cubic ft. And powered by a monoblock amplifier that I will buy after you guys help me figure this out. So 15 inch txx-bdc4-15d2 sub with 2 ohm dvc and 1400watts rms @2 ohms. How much power do I lose if I wire it with a 4ohm load? Will my subs rms power of the sub be 700watts wired @4ohms or will it be 1050watts @ 4 ohms? And how much more rms power would I get if wired to 1 ohm. ????watts @1ohm. I am only running one sub so I think these are the only 2 wiring options I have for just one 2ohm dvc subwoofer right? The sub was kinda expensive and I'm not one to usually work with wood so building this box is a pain in the *** lol so I want to buy the right amplifier the first time so I can install everything 100% right, and be able to slap my music without any worries for a very long time lol.