The voice coils are actually getting 1. I have a four channel amp and two subs in one box. Each channel door i have 2 -4 ohm speakers and 1 tweeter. I have a mono 3500 1 ohm stable amp. Is this the 4ohm speaker and 4ohm amp 8ohm amp signal? Can u tell me how to get the best sound from this amp to the speakers. You can go ahead and use your sub in your car, but please be sure to secure it so it won't become a deadly flying hazard in the event of an accident. Be sure to find an area that is as close to the battery as possible since the fuse can only protect against a short circuit if the fuse is within the short circuit.
But when you want to play subwoofer and amplifier, it requires some technical knowledge. Step 10 — Connect all the wires Neatly drape or trim each wire and connect it to the amp. This should also have an enclosure to hold it. You'll need to look for an amplifier that's compact and made to withstand the outdoor environment - in other words designed for marine or power sports use. The installation depends on the kind of vehicle that you have. Factory units rarely have pre-amp outputs, so you'll be tapping in to the speaker wires and feeding them to the speaker-level inputs on your amplifier.
I also picked up a pair 2 matching subs infinity Kappa 100. If you do, be prepared to identify your equipment by make and model number, not by what price you got it for. In the past I've always bridged both my hi powered amps to double my power. Now, cut the power wire and attach it to the battery cable. The second speaker output terminal is there for convenience and if you hook a sub to each terminal it would result in the two subs being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half.
On that amp it has two speaker out puts. Then, put the beginning end of the power wire and keep an extra foot wire outside the amplifier. Right now the way i have it wired the amp will cut into protection mode if i have my volume turned too high. At high volume the amps goes into protection mode and shuts off. The reason they don't list those specs is the amp can't do those things.
The best way to do that is to run a new speaker wire from each amplifier output to each speaker. Only small amps will fit. But if i can get more from the speaker and the amp. Use separate amps for your different model subs. The amount of space you have to work with will help determine the size amp you buy.
However, I can't seem to find any two channel amps on here that supply 500w or greater of power. The instructions that come with your amp will show how the connections should be made. Tape your wires to the snake, fish it under and through to where you want your wires to go, and pull them on through. If your present system isn't loud enough for you, consider getting a more powerful 4-channel amp. Their toll-free number is on your invoice. Sorry for being long winded , i hope i have been clear.
Generally you just need to upgrade your alternator, and the Big Three, wire to the alternator. Some amplifiers can even drive a 1-ohm load safely, and achieve maximum output. I was originally going to run the door speakers off of the head unit but now want to add a 2-channel amp. It is important to do this very carefully using the screwdriver in between the gaps. I check the sensitivity , output , input , reviews , and of course maker ect.
I recently acquired a kicker dvc comp cvr122 and wanted to combine it with the dvc comp cvr 124 I already have setup. I want to connect negative to negative and positive to positive which gives me 1 ohm load. This will allow me to by some inexpensive svc subs to run at a max 3200rms untill i can invest in some better svc or switch to dvc while not changing amps. I'm curious how to wire this to get the subs down to 2 ohms to match the 2 ohm output on the amp. They actually pay me to ramble on, rant, and explain the things I love about music, electronics, and getting good sound. In the diagram, the voice coils of each sub are wired together in series, and the three subs are wired together in parallel.
If you have the 2-om version you can wire it as a 1-ohm load. Buck Pomerantz I've been tinkering with electronics ever since I was a kid - starting with taking apart and putting back together televisions and radios. Thanks so much in advance! Would running stereo burn up the woofer? Since there are two sets of these, when they are then wired in parallel to each other, each pair is reduced in half as if they were one speaker, just like regular parallel wiring. Many people even coat the final connection with silicone caulk to prevent corrosion. I am unsure on which type of subwoofer would be better for making a system with three subs. Most noise problems, however, come from inadequate grounding. If you want a question answered about a system, it's best you identify the equipment in question by brand names and model numbers.
Running power This section covers installing the power, ground and amp turn-on wires. Step 1 — Disconnect the battery Set the parking brake and disconnect the negative terminal from your battery to prevent any electrical shorts or shocks. It requires 4-gauge power and ground wires, so you could start there. My question is what frequency would you set the filters at for both the door and sub speakers? I wanna put them in an 03 Tahoe but I'm not sure about what box to run. Route the patch cables to the opposite side of the vehicle from the power cable. However, the amplifier must be more powerful than the subwoofer so that the subwoofer can't slip. Impedance is the amount of electrical resistance, or load, a sub puts up against an amplifier's output.