How does a dvc sub work. it doesn't make scence when useing the ohms law. how does it connect interanly. i know how to get the differnt loads out of dvc subs, but i don't know how i'm getting them. Just need some help understanding them.
it makes perfect sense really. two 4 ohm coils in series is an 8 ohm load. two 4 ohm coils in parallel is a 2 ohm load. what is it exactly that you don't understand? how the coils are wound? how resistance or impedance works when wired in series-parallel? I'm not sure I follow you on what you don't get here.. sorry.
You seem to understand the concept of the numbers. The reason impedance drops with a parallel connection is because the current has more paths to flow, similar to if you had two water lines as opposed to a single water line, the two lines can flow more water and the resistance for the amount of water flowing will always be lower with the two lines. The reason that putting coils in series adds resistance is because you put two resistors in the current path opposed to just one. More stuff holding current back, basically.
is there any thing you can show me that shows how the wiring is done internally in the sub. i'm just confused on how the two voice coils are connected, and how the current is flowing through the sub.