for a sub with dual 2-0hm coils or dual 4-ohm coils if they were wired to have about the same rms watts from an amp.... would they sound the same??
well your question doesnt make the most sense. but dual 2-ohm coils can be wired to 1-ohm or 4-ohms. Dual 4-ohm coils can be wired to 2-ohms or 8-ohms. so on the exact same amp, a sub with dual 2-0hm coils will not be the same as dual 4 ohm coils.
Number of Channels 2 RMS Power (4 ohms) 500 watts x 2 chan. RMS Power (2 ohms) 900 watts x 2 chan. RMS Power (1 ohm) 1500 watts x 2 chan. Bridged RMS Power 3000 watts x 1 chan. Peak Power Output 6000 watts approx. Min. Impedance Unbridged 1 ohm Min. Impedance Bridged 1 ohm THD @ Rated RMS Power 0.05%
if you run them at 900 you should be okay, but L7s have been known to crap out on people. that is a massive amp. i think you should be okay, if not just be easy on the gain settings, so they dont get completely 900 watts. i wouldnt cancel though. you should be set
no, but im thinkin if i get 15" l7's dual 2-ohm coils, it would work out better. the specs on those are
Sensitivity: 88.5 dB RMS Power Range : 75-1000 Watts Peak Power Handling: 2000 Watts Impedance: 2 Ohm Low Frequency response: 18 Hz High Frequency Response: 100 Hz Diameter: 15 Inch
Features aluminum deposit cone non-resonant aluminum basket Santoprene rubber surround dual 4-ohm voice coils for wiring flexibility frequency response 18-100 Hz power range 75-1,000 watts RMS (300 watts per coil) peak power handling 2,000 watts sensitivity 88.5 dB top-mount depth 8-1/4" sealed box volume 1.5-6.0 cubic feet ported box volume 3.0-6.0 cubic feet Warranty - Onlinecarstereo.com 1 Year warranty
....the thing i dont get is "dual 4-ohm voice coils for wiring flexibility"..... the site says its dual 2-ohm, but in the description it says dual 4-ohm, but it says that same phrase for both the dual 2-ohm and the dual 4-ohm models.
if u get the 15s, then u want to get the dual 4 ohm coils. cuz then you could wire them in parallel and hook 1 sub to each channel for 900watt rms a peice.
so if i got the 15" l7's and ran them at 1 ohm, would my amp be able to take it...someone said running them at low ohms can mess things up?
ur amp could take it but the subs might not be able to. at 1 ohm ur amp will put out 1500rms a channel and the 15s are suppose to take 1000rms. but run them at 2 ohms and they will each get 900rms. that should be plenty.