Sundown team 18


brokeboi77

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Can someone link me a DVC D1 Sundown Team 18”

.7 ohm? .5 ohm? 1.4 ohm?

how would any 2 of these subs wire into a 1 ohm load?

 

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You can contact Sundown and get custom coils built to whatever ohm load you want.

 

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You can't handle the Team series anyway.

 

brokeboi77

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Giving Sundown a bit more credit here than they deserve with this photo, aren't you? ;)  

Better paint the picture though because one could be a carbq away from a disaster...
I don’t do shit until I know it’s correct. A little explaining on this voice coil rating could help. 

 

fithwheel

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I'm no good at math either or ohms law. Idk what I'd do without apps like ultimate car audio app. Thank god for calculators and apps. 

 
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brokeboi77

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I'm no good at math either or ohms law. Idk what I'd do without apps like ultimate car audio app. Thank god for calculators and apps. 
Someone who gets me. Outside of wiring wizards allowing you to select d1, d2 and # of subs, I wouldn’t know how to wire them.

 

fithwheel

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I guess i don't understand the question then. I thought nate0 answered it. I assumed you were unaware of apps wiring wizard etc.

Someone who gets me. Outside of wiring wizards allowing you to select d1, d2 and # of subs, I wouldn’t know how to wire them.
 

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nate0

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Wiring in sieries to me, just means you double the resistance each time you connect one polarity of a voice coil to its opposite polarity.  Parallel means to me that you cut the resitance in half each time you wire a voice coil to the same circuit of the same polarity.  So wiring two "1 ohm" subwoofers in series parallel would result in a 1ohm set. Because you are wiring each sub in parallel then joining both together as a series.  

 

nate0

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I don’t do shit until I know it’s correct. A little explaining on this voice coil rating could help. 
A scew up does not care if you know it all or not. They just happen.  It can happen to anyone, but just asking for answers, getting them and expecting it to click won't always help you know it and understand.  

 

fithwheel

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I could be wrong but I think it might be the dc resistance that's  confusing him. 

 

brokeboi77

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A scew up does not care if you know it all or not. They just happen.  It can happen to anyone, but just asking for answers, getting them and expecting it to click won't always help you know it and understand.  
So if I get two DVC D0.5 subs I can wire them in series to get a 1 ohm load?

 

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