Ok help me push out 3000 watts


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Username: Tatortot324

Post Number: 7
Registered: Apr-05
Ok im running a boss pd3000 amp 3000 watts and 2 audiobahn alum 12q 2000 watt subs each im trying to up my watts help me out

ok this is what i got

Subwoofers Audiobahn 2000 wat Alum12q
EPDM DUAL 6 OHM 1000 watts rms
Power handling 1000 watts rms
Frequency Response 18hz-500hz
Efficiency 96.4 dB
3" 4-layer ASV voice coil
Dual 6 Ohm
3 Ohm or 12 OHM operation

Amp Boss pd3000 3000 watt amp
Max power 3000 Watts
RMS power, 4 ohms 350w x 2
RMS power 2 ohms 700w x 2
RMS power 1 ohm 1000w x 1
RMS power 1/2 ohm 1500w x 1

Frequency response (+/- 3dB) 9Hz to50kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio>105dB
Channel separation>90dB
Low pass Crossover 50Hz-100Hz
High pass Crossover 120Hz-720Hz
Bass boost 0-+18dB
Bass boost Frequency 50Hz-100Hz
Dimensions, LxWxH
20 1/8" x 13 3/8" x 2 3/4"

New member
Username: Tatortot324

Post Number: 8
Registered: Apr-05
Can someone help me out plz im so lost

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 7771
Registered: Dec-03
yup for the peak output, use one pd3000, and wire both sub coils in parallel (3 ohms) then wire both subs together in parallel (1.5 ohm load) and bridge the pd3000 amp (.75 ohm load at the amp) and you'll get all teh power possible from that setup.
thanks for posting enough info for us to work with this time.
the second amp won't be needed.
you'd have been better off using a pair of dual 2 ohm coil subs instead of those dual 6 ohm jobs.
the ones you have are designed for running in threes, not pairs.
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