One channel amp


jaydub2020

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Aug 6, 2020
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I have a one channel amp installed in my car and connected to it is a 10in woofer. I wanted to know if it is possible to wire my front door speakers to the same one channel amp without frying anything? Or is it even possible to have door speakers wired to the same channel as a woofer?
 

jt4x4

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Jul 22, 2019
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It's possible, sure, but it would be dumb. Subs and speakers are designed for different frequencies.
 

Jeffdachef

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Feb 5, 2013
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I have a one channel amp installed in my car and connected to it is a 10in woofer. I wanted to know if it is possible to wire my front door speakers to the same one channel amp without frying anything? Or is it even possible to have door speakers wired to the same channel as a woofer?
too many things wrong with this suggestion. no and never should you do this.
 

Coolhand20th

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Mar 27, 2019
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Remember this one from last year Jeff? LOL

And yeah don't wire them the way you are asking. You are just asking for trouble. As Jeff said too many things wrong with that suggestion.

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jt4x4

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Jul 22, 2019
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Need more context on that picture. Here's a picture of mine. Using deck remote to pull in relay to control amp cooling fan. Not a complicated circuit, but looks as janky as the picture posted.
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Remember this one from last year Jeff? LOL

And yeah don't wire them the way you are asking. You are just asking for trouble. As Jeff said too many things wrong with that suggestion.

View attachment 22875
 

Coolhand20th

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Mar 27, 2019
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That was something some idiot did last year. He couldn't figure out why he wasn't getting and sound out of his subs and posted that. Gee I wonder why you have the speaker wires going into the power and ground wire.

So no do not put your front speakers on the same terminals that the sub is running from. Good way to fry them.
 

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