Thats the last thing I need happening to mine. I want to have high quality clean sound with a low draw on the vehicle's electrical system. Seeing as the load of your three subs totals 2. Each sub will be under-powered, but you should be alright as long as you don't send them distorted clipped signals trying to get too much bass out of them. The only safe way to wire that sub is. I've forwarded your question to Crutchfield's Sales Advisor Team, and a member will get in touch with you by email to offer suggestions.
An amplifier itself has no ohms - it senses whatever load is attached to its output, and responds accordingly. But I took my amp back and got a new one because I just bought that amp brand new from the store I did nothing wrong to it so they sold me garbage, I got the same amp again I'm taking it to a place to get professionally installed. It is the selectable 1or 4 ohm dvc. I don't know very much at all about wiring subs and amps and ohms etc. Is this possible or recommended? Do u think this would work? Buy a Volt thing that plugs into your cig lighter, or for show, order a 99 cent digital 2 wire Voltometer in whatever color u pimp, n just splice it into your Acc and ground it behind the dash on a metal piece or the ground of the harness, some cars use chassis grounds for the radio anyway This will show u how low you are going. Locate the specification labels for your system. I would like you advice.
Some amplifiers can even drive a 1-ohm load safely, and achieve maximum output. I currently been connecting it as Parallel which Positive to Positive and Negative to negative but, my wire run from Amp to Sub tend to keep getting burnt out. I only have one speaker output from a tma t500. So you want your subs wired as close to 1 ohm as possible. You can't bridge a one-channel amplifier because there's nothing to bridge.
Now you should have a X-crossed wiring design across the bottom of your subwoofer. The best way to have a question answered about your system is to identify both your amp and sub by brand names and model numbers. 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? In order to prevent blowing your replacements, you must understand about setting the amp's gain and other controls correctly. When subs are wired together their individual impedances don't change, the amplifier's sense of what load it's driving does. Dec 30, 2014 With 2 speakers wired in parallel, the impedance will be halved, so you are presenting a 1 ohm load to your amp.
I'm trying to figure out the best way to hook my subwoofers up to that amp to get the most I can out of subs. Think about really high power amps. I have two Alpine Type Rs 4 ohm versions on the way. I've only seen those two diagrams. For immediate help, you can contact them via phone or chat. Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofers you're referring to make it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together or even know if they'd work together at all. If you want a question answered about a system, you must identify the equipment by brand names and model numbers.
I don't wanna hear that in the truck. One more thing is that my subwoofers are in a box with only 1 bass hole in the middle of them both, so is this the correct box or should the box be partitioned in the middle meaning seperating the subwoofers and having seperate bass holes? Also wondering if I can just run cables to the two terminals on the box from the 4 pins on the amp to parallel the subs without additional wiring. K-600 is mono but it has two + and two -, terminals that they say are wired in parallel inside the amp. If you buy the amp from Crutchfield, you'll get a 25% discount for the amp's wiring kit, as well as lifetime tech support. Specs says it's a dvc with a 2 ohm impedance. Not knowing exactly what amplifier or subwoofer you have makes it impossible to give advice on how to wire them together. That amp is not stable for a 1-ohm load.
Hopefully you can correct me, so I can get an accurate understanding. If you want accurate answers to your questions, you must identify your gear. The second set 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. Correct subwoofer wiring is necessary to make sure that your system is properly installed. I'm trying to connect it to a Memphis. Using the diagram as a guide, on each rear-facing sub you'd switch the wires of the outer terminals - what was once wired to the positive terminal now goes to the negative terminal, and vice versa. I'm running a single sub in a sealed box.
Check out our for help. If the subs are dual 4 ohm voice coils, you can't connect both subs in any fashion to get a 2 ohm impedance. Then, I worked in a music store in Austin manufacturing, installing, repairing, and operating sound systems and components for recording studios, nightclubs, and touring bands. If you want a question answered about a system, it's best you identify the equipment in question by brand names and model numbers. Those components will work well together wired.