I have a Audiobahn AW1206T 12" 1100W RMS Chrome Flame Q Subwoofer and a Audiobahn A8002T 800W 2Ch Intake Series Amp. Now the sub is dual 4 ohm voice coils and i know how to wire to 2 ohms. But whats weird is theres two sets of positive and negative terminals on each side. I'm not sure how i can put each 4 ohm voice coil down to 2 ohms into each channel of my sub for maximum 800 watt rms output. I mean am i thinking too hard or is it complicated? some help please.
thats only to one channel of a amp. i have a 2 channel amp. and on my sub i have 2 sets of terminals for both sides. this is what the back of my sub would look like. But this only goes for one channel and i need two.
Check that out. The majority are one ohm stable. Now if you're talking bridged mode, the lowest you can go is two ohm, yes, but to quote Glasswolf, "see, whenyou bridge a two channel amp, the amplifier will see half of the actual load..." So if you bridged it at two ohms, the amp would really be seeing one ohm.
Wow are you ok? With a one 4ohm DVC on a 2 channel amp.You can only do 4 ohm stereo or 2ohm mono with one sub. Besides the amp he has can only be bridged at 4ohm stable. Thats the reason they see half power. So obviously were talking about bridging.If a amp wont go to 2ohm mono you can wire it to do it or the amp will burn up,or the sub will.