Auto Tek makes a 1-channel and a 2-channel amp claiming 2000-watt power. I have 3 Optima Bluetop Batteries and Rockford Fosgate 10 Farad Comp. For your set-up, that's exactly what you can do: wire one sub to each set of terminals. Any idea what's going on here? You can find a glossary of terms below the interactive module. So would the best way to go about it just to be to hook up a single voicecoil to each terminal for a 2ohm load? The extra terminals give you more options for wiring the speaker. The ideal setup is when subs and amps match their impedance and power capabilities to optimize performance. A good way to prevent speakers from playing low notes is with.
Is mixed impedance a concern under the following configuration? And if so, is this parallel or series. Would running stereo burn up the woofer? Your mono, 1-channel amp has 2 sets of speaker output terminals, wired together inside the amp, for convenience, and if you hook a sub to each terminal it results in them being wired in parallel, cutting the total impedance in half. Is this correct and how much power do you think i will have at 1. I now notice that the Infinity amp has hookups for two subs, but can also be bridged. Just pretend, in the upper diagram, that the two amps share the same chassis and do not need the extra power, ground, or turn-on lead wires.
I'm just driving myself nuts looking for an amp. I am looking for a good diagram explaining the best way to wire the 5 channel to aftermarket rocks ford fosgate 6. Just remember, if you do drive each coil with its own amp channel, the input signals of those channels must be identical or the subwoofer will distort. For your installation, you would want to reverse the polarity of the two rear-facing subs. The best way to get a question answered about a system is to identify the gear by brand names and model numbers so we can get the right information to you. Can you point me towards the best diagram for wiring up this subwoofer to my amp? I do not want to add a mono amp if I don't have to. Connect one end of the first length of wire to the speaker output terminals of the amplifier.
A better solution would be to get a larger amplifier for that sub. Liandi has traveled extensively in Europe and East Asia and incorporates her experiences into her articles. The amp has more than enough power to drive whatever model you have wired. Im trying to get my system planned out before I hook up all the gear. As an alternative, you could wire each sub to a set of output terminals.
If you have two sets of terminal cups one for each sub then just connect + to + and - to - from each terminal cup to the amp. Is this the best and only safe way to run this with a factory amplifier? I need to purchase two woofers for this system. I believe the amp allows 2x parallel subs out of the box. If 350W gets divided to 175W each for each sub 2 ohms and 200W will go to each sub 4ohms, is that 25W power difference noticeable specially in a shared enclosure? Would it be possible to wire the cvr 122 in series and run one coil on the cvr124 for a final of 2ohms to get the most out of the amp? The only really safe way to connect your gear together is. If you want to learn more about amplifier systems, check out our.
If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the gear by their proper brand names and model numbers so we can get the right information to you. I have a ported box with a positive and negative outlet on each side. The only safe way to wire that sub is. Our offers a more detail description. I know I would be using half of the 124, but with a combined rms rating of 800 watts minus the 200 lost for the unused coil. When using a multimeter to set gain is the correct formula for this situation square root of 1600 x 2.
Amp has 1 an 2 plugged in or 1 an 2 together to make 1 an then plug 1 in to amp if that makes sense? Normally, you shouldn't wire different impedance subwoofers together to the same amplifier because the lower impedance sub will get twice the power of the higher impedance sub, possibly under-powering one while over-powering the other. Also i am only running 8 gauge power and ground wire so i was thinking maybe that is my problem? I bought 2 more planet audio 10s and dont wanna repeat this accident how ever i feel they should maybe be able go louder an they were not flexin all the way out. If this works, the two mid-bass drivers would run at 60w each at 4 ohms, and the sub would run at 200w at 2 ohms. From everything I've read on this site, this should work just fine, if not well, correct? If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the gear by brand names and model numbers. In your case, the 4-ohm wiring scheme is the only safe way to connect that gear together.
My question is what is the best way to wire the subs? About the Author Based in Virginia, Nichole Liandi has been a freelance writer since 2005. The amplifier has no effect on a sub's impedance. Set speaker size to large and adjust crossover frequencies to desired levels if you used speaker level connections. Just received them today and I actually received 2 single 4 ohm, and 1 Dual 2 ohm. Or does it supply each with 500w? My question is for rca's, do I need a separate set for each channel? I currently have an amp that i would like to use. Use separate amps for your different model subs. Am I able to wire them at 4ohm bridged? If it is, and the amp's going into protection mode, then either something's wrong with the wiring or the amp.
I know they can be wired at a 0. Her articles have appeared on various print and online publications. Refer to instructions for your specific sub or preamplifier for questions on available adjustments. I recommend playing 0 dB test tones and turn it up 'til it buzzes, then turn it down 'til it stops. Without knowing which you have, we can't help with wiring. I just bought a 1 ohm stable amp 3000 watt planet audio. You could also just connect each speaker together at the terminal cup.
Some amplifiers can even drive a 1-ohm load safely, and achieve maximum output. As for a diagram, I can point you to our. Please advise which one and how to wire those, don't know what is the lowest impedance for K-600 using two subs. Generally speaking, a 4-channel amplifier can run four speakers and a sub by wiring the front and rear right hand speakers to one amp channel, the front and rear left speakers to another, and bridge the other two amp channels together to run a sub - however, the subwoofer must present a 4-ohm load to the bridged channels and you lose the front-to-rear fade function of your stereo. I had them wired down to 1ohm with parallel wiring and when they went all wack i wasnt bumping much harder then my old 400 watt rms system i thought. You'll want to do this to keep all the subwoofer cones moving in the same direction at the same time, no matter which way they face. I have a pair of 12 inch Cerwin Vega V122Dv2 subs, dual voice coil, 450 watts rms, impedence selector for 4 or 1ohm in a sealed box.