I was hoping to get some help/advice on how to go about wiring 2 15" audiobahn subs (500rms each,DVC4ohms)with an audiobahn A8002T 2 ch amp.Also, the amp specs say that it is 1/2/3 ch operation (mixed mono). What does that mean exactly? I just want to power the subs only with this amp...in a sealed box. I'm new to this.Thanks
Well, you could bridge it if it is stable to do so, but that will double both distortion and heat products. If not, pray it is 2 ohms stereo stable, and wire each sub for 2 ohms, giving you the greatest amount of power to each sub.
Well, I'm not much on determining the SQ of car audio amplifiers, just home audio. I'm going to venture to say though, that the 2Ch. amp will not sound terrible, but since it is in stereo, the sound will vary from each sub to sub while playing music. In other words, one sub might be getting all the drums while the other gets all the low end guitar and bass, whereas mono combines all of that into one signal giving it equally to both subs. Stereo could also make it difficult to watch for overexcursion for reasons listed above.
No, you don't need a tape player, does your equalier have Inputs and Outputs for Left and Right (White and Red)? If so, get any type of receiver/amplifier with a tape monitor(youll know it when you see it there will be a tape monitor knob/button) then run the equalizers out to the receivers in, and receivers out to equalizers in. Then make sure you have a song playing and hit the tape mon button/knob. Play around with the settings on the eq and see if it sounds different, JUST DON'T BLOW ANY SPEAKERS!