Amplifier wiring


Bronze Member
Username: Jeze

Post Number: 24
Registered: Jan-05
I wired by dual coil subwoofers the other week successsfully but I may have made an error in the wiring. I wired them at two ohm in series so they should look like the first below.


The problem is that I may have accidentally wired them like the picture below. What Ohm is this and if its something made up, what can this damage? The subs sound is fine but I think the volume should be louder. The only difference is that the + (red) to - (black) wire is on one side opposed to going to the other side of the woofer.


Silver Member
Username: Fishy

TamaracFt.Laud, FL USA

Post Number: 681
Registered: Sep-04
Ummmmmm.... from what I can see, unless you've shorted a voice coil, those are equivalent circuits, i.e. they're both the same.


If you would mark which leads correspond to which voice coil it'd be easier to tell for sure.


Silver Member
Username: Byrumjr

Post Number: 123
Registered: Jan-05
What are your subs dvc or svc and what ohms? What ohms are you trying to wire them at.
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