2-Channel Amp?


Bronze Member
Username: Rds11

Louisville, Kentucky

Post Number: 22
Registered: Nov-04
could I use a 2-channel amp to power my 4 (coaxial or Comp)speakers inside my car? like if i wired each channel in parallel to show a 2-ohm load then would that be fine. Would I lose and SQ and would I need to make sure that every speaker was the same or at least the two on each channel? Help plz. Im prob gettin a Orion H2 in a vented box so i need to maintain some good SQ to hear the words.

Gold Member
Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 5676
Registered: Dec-03
you can do this. you just lose the ability to fade between front and rear speakers since both are wired together in parallel.
the only problem with this is without the use of l-pads, you may get too much from the rear speakers, which can mess up your sound stage.

Bronze Member
Username: Thrust

Post Number: 18
Registered: Nov-04
you could put all 4 of those speakers up front (kick panel & door)and have no rear fill or use the rear speaker outs from the headunit for rear fill

Silver Member
Username: Carguy

Post Number: 197
Registered: Nov-04
Whoa, isn't it easier to just get 4 channel amp?

Unregistered guest
It is easier to get a 4 channel amp, yes.
Honestly, Id forget about the back coaxials
and just run the fronts from a smaller 2 channel
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