If the sv is 4 ohm, you add the 2 to get 6 ohm. And i hate to do this but i used to own a pyramid 10 band passive eq with sub and as far as im concerned it kicked butt.
Or just hook 1 up or buy a class d amp stable to 2 ohms.
How to bridge an amp with 2 subs. My amp is a mono block amp but has 2 positive and 2 negative terminals. From the wires coming out of the speaker, connect the positive speaker lead to terminal a (the positive for channel 1) and connect the negative speaker lead to terminal d (the negative for channel 2). You're stuck with either 2 ohms or 8 ohms.
To bridge a two channel amplifier, locate the amp terminals. I’ve been trying to find 1 now even used with no luck. Cluster all of them together in a group for best results.
Stop telling to bridge without knowing the subs, if it is a dual 4 ohm sub then no, you will not bridge, only if it is a single 4 or a dual 2 ohm sub can you bridge. Want to wire 2 subs on each amp at 1 ohm to get the most power out of the amp. All woofer (+) to the amp (+).
If you don't think you are up to the task of doing this yourself, consult a home theater expert to come out and evaluate your room and current setup to see if you really need multiple subs to get the best bass performance. An amp like you describe would be 100×[email protected] ohms and 200×[email protected] ohms. 2 15 ae ib (13×8 rear deck hole)
So i need help with connecting my 2 subs a my amp. And you'll have to wire the two subs in series, which is far from ideal. I want to avoid wiring it in a series.
I've already figured out that i'm going to wire both in parallel to get the resistance i need on the amp and i know that i can connect speaker 1 to speaker 2 then speaker 2 to the amp but what i'm wondering is, can i wire each sub in parallel then connect them each to the. All i know is when you bridge an amp, it is two 2 ohms to make a 4 ohm load. If the dual vc was 2x 4 ohm, that would give 2 ohm;
Zed leviathan revision 2.5 front: Can find em for around a hundred bucks. Just remember that the impedance rating of a sub isn't something that can be changed to suit the amp.
For many amplifiers, the left positive and right negative are are the signal outputs. How to bridge the amp is usually indicated at the amp's speaker wire terminals. So far what i got out of what your are saying this is a bad idea and i should just run one channel to the sub.
Wire it with each sub on a seperate bridged channel and it would work perfectly (ie 4ohm woofer, amp sees 2ohms). L1 r2 (1800 at 24db), l6se (70 at 24db ) subs: The two subs are sony xplod with 300 rms each at 4ohms and the amp is an mtx tc6001.
All the wires depicted in the subwoofer wiring diagrams are speaker wires. To bridge your amplifier, locate the amp terminals. 2 or 8 is what ya gonna end up with if ya bridge the amp.
If you end up putting the subs in series, then you won't get much volume out of the system. That is exactly what mono amps are designed for. For example, a 2 channel amplifier that is 1 ohm stable per channel would have a minimum impedance of 2 ohms when bridged.
In reality, most amps are only stable at a 4 ohm load in mono/bridged configuration. Most amplifiers, when bridged, cannot drive a speaker or sub with an impedance less than 4 ohms. Youll have to run em in stereo which does absolutly no good for sub duty.
Both speakers are connected to exactly the same terminals on the amp. If you wire the subs to 2 ohms and bridge the amp to drive them, you're likely to overload the amp, resulting in blown fuses, protect lights and overheating. My amp is lightning audio 4100 mini.
A few use the left negative and the right positive. Input switch that shouldn’t be needed. So to connect 2 subs to an amp in bridged mono, stack the banana connectors on the red terminals for both speakers, get it?
I think 2 more subs would definitely help in the long run. Connect the amp to the first speaker. Chris here i am wondering why you can’t bridge 2 rights and 2 lefts together to end up with 2 outs stereo.
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That, in of itself, […] Most amps would need to be connected to a signal for the rear channels also but since yours has a 2/4 ch.