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Need some help with ohm

 

Bronze Member
Username: Eddiebeltoe

Post Number: 15
Registered: Jul-05
hey i have a question i heard alot of people saying they drop their ohms from 4 to 2 how would i be able to do that
 

Silver Member
Username: Scubasteve

Annapolis, MD

Post Number: 302
Registered: May-05
Its a wiring trick, ohms is a measure of resistivity. 2 equations: for series wiring, sum the resistance of each sub or vc wired in series. For parallel wiring, the inverse of total system ohms is the inverse of the individual resistances added.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Eddiebeltoe

Post Number: 16
Registered: Jul-05
huh lol u mean like bridging or something lol cuz i dont really know much bout what ur saying
 

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Username: Scubasteve

Annapolis, MD

Post Number: 304
Registered: May-05
no, it has nothing to do with bridging. A good second semester physics class will clear all this up for you. Until then: www.bcae1.com
 

Bronze Member
Username: Eddiebeltoe

Post Number: 17
Registered: Jul-05
i jus wanna kno how can i make my amp to push out 2 ohm i have 2 12" kicker solobaric the old school ones and a boss 1200 watt amp
 

Silver Member
Username: Scubasteve

Annapolis, MD

Post Number: 307
Registered: May-05
what is the voice coil configuration?
 

Bronze Member
Username: Eddiebeltoe

Post Number: 18
Registered: Jul-05
umm i kno the subs r 4ohm but i have no clue about the amp the model of the amp is rev-635
 

Silver Member
Username: Ffxdevilarms

Dubuque, Iowa United States

Post Number: 730
Registered: Jul-04
r the subs single 4 ohm or dual 4 ohm???

If they are single 4 ohm subs then you can wire them down to 2 ohms.

If they are dual 4 ohm subs then you can wire them to a 1 or 4 ohm load.

You CANNOT get a 1 ohm load with you amp.

Boss amps are way overrated, so you prob arent even putting out that measly 200X2 watts thats listed for that amp.

What is the recommended RMS of your subs??
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