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Username: Codyh

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jul-05
I have 2 DVC 6 ohm subs that are only 4 ohm if 1only one voice coil is used, and 2 SVC 4 ohm subs. My question is can I wire the DVC subs in parallel (only using one of the coils per sub), and then wire the 2 SVC 4 ohm subs in parallel, then bridge the two to get a one ohm load? Kinda confusing. I couldnt get 1 ohm out of 2 dual 6 ohm subs so Im adding 2 SVC 4 ohm subs to it... any help is greatly appreciated!!
 

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PROLLY PEEL ME GRAPE lol
 

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Username: Dominirica012

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Post Number: 433
Registered: May-05
wtf their audiobahn subs arent they?
 

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Username: Codyh

Post Number: 2
Registered: Jul-05
No the subs are concept CEX-12's. They seem hard to come by for some reason. I found them here:

http://www.mmxpress.com/Merchant3/00000001/catalog/p1981.html

My amp is a concept 12CD-1210 1210 watt @ 1 ohm and can be found at:

http://www.conceptconcept.com/proddetail.asp?ID=68&ProductLine=Amplifier

I know the amp and these subs can never work together (I think). I have 2 cheap Visonik 12" subs that have 4 ohm coils. They can be found at:

http://www.audioallies.com/getitem.asp?Item=V126S4&Sys=FR

Any help on getting all this going or the best way to set it up is appreciated. I think I can run 1 voice coil off each 4 ohm sub to get a total 1 ohm load, which would push approx. 300 watts to each sub. Just looking for some reassurance before I try to do this. Thanks Again!
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