If it runs four speakers, one per channel, then you'll have to get a second amplifier to run a sub. I'm trying to wire my subs so I get Max performance. Would it be safe to run at 2 O for long periods of time on the jx1000? On the plate it says it is 100w and 8 oph. One thing to remember-- the high currents you are talking in, 400W at 2ohms is 200A and will need really hefty cables to conduct it and the impedance of these may need to be worked into your equation. Im doing this because im reading it is harder to wires and supply a odd number of 12's on one amp. Can't wait to hear back from you.
When you're putting together a subwoofer system, you need to wire the component subs and voice coils together before closing the box. I also have a dvc 4ohm alpine type s. Thanks for your time and help! Would running stereo burn up the woofer? When I adjust the gain, the amp indicates that it is clipping the signal well before that voltage. Secondly, that is not the way to figure the total impedance of three speakers connected together. Cuz I know my amp doesn't support 1 ohm and at 4 ohm they're really underpowered. And your amp has only one channel.
Or do I need to buy a single channel amp with 500watts at 4ohms to power an 8ohm speaker? For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat. Would it be ok to use one 4ohm dual voice coil speaker? The loaded subwoofer enclosure can now be connected to an amplifier that matches the ratings of the installed subwoofer. The amp and cap have their own grounds, power wires are 4gauge. What would be the best option to get the most bass , I aim for the subs that have the highest decibels of efficiency. I have Alpine mrp-f240 4 channel amplifier. But if i can get more from the speaker and the amp. I can not find any info about this amp what so ever.
I have 2 Kicker 15 L3 Dual Voice Coil Subs. I drive for a living and enjoy my system for hours at a time. I'm looking for a complement and best sound rather than power. It heats relatively quickly, after 10 minutes at high volume, but it never cut off the power or entered in protection mode. Subwoofer Wiring Steps: 1Connect both positive terminals on the subwoofer 2Connect both negative terminals on the subwoofer 3Connect a positive subwoofer terminal to the positive terminal on the box 4Connect a negative subwoofer terminal to the negative terminal on the box At this point you should have all the postive terminals connected together and all the negative terminals wired together. Any and all suggestions help, thanks! When he had it he had a 1000 watt amp and ended up frying the sub after using it just 40 minutes. Now you should have a X-crossed wiring design across the bottom of your subwoofer.
And when i go to make my box for them should i port it or seal it? Any idea's about that or where you went to find out or how you know. Just don't expect much bass from this system. Can I wire them in series to drop them to 8Ohm at 250w at the amp? If i wire them in parallel, would that give me 1 ohm per sub and would i need two amplifiers to make this happen safely? Different companies use different colors or manners to represent the positive and negative wires. If so which wiring diagram would I use? I choose this amp because i can wires 4 ohm svc at 1ohm or 4 4ohm dvc at 2ohm. And I'm not at all sure what brand or model amp you're referring to. You can certainly put both in a system, but you won't get any kind of clean bass sounds out of it. The sub's built-in amplifier has been optimized to run that particular Mackie driver, so I recommend contacting Mackie tech support in order to get a replacement.
The disadvantage of bridging is that bridged channels can't drive impedance loads as low as they can when unbridged. Could I just use 2 coils and wire it to 1 ohm and not use the other 2 coils and not hurt the sub? You never actually read any thing about building boxes have you? Here's a handy formula for estimating an amplifier's capability. But regardless I need to know whats the best way to hook them up to get a safe stable workload of the loudest hardest hitting bass these can produce. And I have a pioneer radio to put in to and don't know how to wire the amp to the radio. Im question my sub more than anything.
If you want a question answered about your system, you must identify your equipment by brand names and model numbers, although in your case I may not be able to find info on gear available in South Africa. Underpowered subs won't sound good or play very loud. As it stands all the speakers which I installed and look great are Infinity 6. How do I wire this sub to this amp? It's electrically the same as in the diagram. I assume you have the sub installed in an appropriate enclosure - subwoofers don't work very well at all without them.
The only safe way to wire that sub is. The sub will be wired in parallel to achieve this impedance ohm. This is connecting the voice coils and wiring them in a parallel configuration. Is there a way to configure these so the total impedance is 4 ohms with the amp bridged? I am not getting the kind of sound i am looking for and these are brand new subs. Let's hope the amp hasn't suffered any damage.
I know they can be wired at a 0. From everything I've read on this site, this should work just fine, if not well, correct? If the amplifier is 1-channel, its 2 sets of speaker output terminals are wired together inside the amp, so two speaker wires to one sub will accomplish nothing. The second speaker output terminal is there for convenience and if you hook a speaker to each terminal it would result in the two speakers being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. I want to power 1, 10 sub at 2 ohms. I currently have an amp that i would like to use. Hopefully this makes sense and thank you! That amplifier isn't stable for a 1-ohm load, so that's probably what you're hearing: the amp freaking out.
Each sub will be a 2-ohm load. If you have the 2-ohm subs, you wire them to that amp. You could play it safe and wire them together. Your two 3-ohm subs can get wired together as a 1. The two channels of this can be bridged by wiring the sub as indicated click to enlarge Wiring options change a sub's impedance To add to the confusion, in multiple-sub systems, the total impedance depends on how the subs and their voice coils are wired together — in parallel or in series.