thats because you still owe me180 dollars. i want it now. kinda odd. i was just about to log onto my e-mail to get ur number to contact you and i noticed u were on here. so put it behind you already and give me my money.
no. the deal was i give him a stinger capacitor and like 50 bucks or something for a eclipse al and he blew it. so he was sposed to give me my money and the cap back. then he decided he wanted the cap. so he was going to give me back all cash. then he got in trouble with the law or something. eventually paid every1 back but me, and i want my damnn money dan.
hey subfanatic i ben lookin around for u u've ben the one who seems most enformed around here if i were to go and wire up 2 subs in parallel/series like on this link would each sub be getting the same amount of watts?
No matter how you wire two or more speakers together, wheather they are wired in series or parallel, they all get the same amount watts. The watts are split evenly among all speakers in the group. Hope this helps.
maybe y no 1 answered him was because that was a such a very basic ? & if he had taken the time 2 read www.bcae1.com or www.the12volt.com , he would have found out that on his own time .
thanks mixneffect.... now chauncey i have tried the search before but i come up with sqwat for what im looking for and anonymous i have tried bcae1.com and the12volt.com but 12volt doesnt quite have what im looking for since im using a dvc and bcae1 got close but that was more on what the ohms would be after i ended up wireing them not the watts each sub would be getting when i wired them
no problem chauncey didnt mean to be real harsh on ya i just dont like ppl coming down on me when i have asked a question several times n dont get an answer and when i finaly do i get yelled at for it so yea... but i was wondering if you could tell me what the big difference between these to eclipse subs would be besides the watts im lookin for SQL but more SQ heres one http://www.woofersetc.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=product.display&Product_ID=2574