2 2ohm dvc cvr15s wiring options


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Hello. My amp has the following RMS specs:
300x2 @ 2ohm
200x2 @ 4ohm
600x1 @ 4ohm bridged

Each sub can individually be wired into 1 or 4 ohms. I was wondering if I could wire one into a 1 ohm, the other into a 4ohm and them bridge them in series for a total of 5 ohms. That would get me near the 600 watts.

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Username: Bmocbarker


Post Number: 5
Registered: May-05
The 4+1 setup you describe would work well if you were wiring a midrange with a sub, but with two subs...not so good! It isn't the output POWER of an amp that makes strong bass...it's output CURRENT (CURRENT=acceleration!)! If you wire each with a different resistance, a different share of the CURRENT will go to each sub and a lot of your bass will get cancelled out! You'll get much better output and sound quality by going 200x2 into 4ohm each sub!

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Alright, thx

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Username: Addicted2bass


Post Number: 700
Registered: Nov-04
your only option with that amp is to wire ieach sub in series on their own channel.
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