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2 ch amp & dvc 10' sub

 

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Username: Bjayjr5679

Columbus , Ohio USA

Post Number: 7
Registered: Mar-06
was told i could wire my 4ohm dvc sub to my
2 channel alpine mrv-t707 independently( a channel to each voice coil). My question is do i set my amp to low pass and use my bass eq? Or does my sub just function as a full range speaker? I know that my only option is to buy a mono block amp, or a 2ohm dvc, or a 4ohm svc. Need help its for my wifes car dont want to spend to much and she doesnt need a lot.
 

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Username: B101

Queen City, NC USA

Post Number: 1731
Registered: Sep-05
set your amp to Low Pass... Subs need to play bass only, NO words!!

use the 2channel if u already have it, if the chanels are 2ohm stable, then u can hook up a dual 2ohm sub......... each vc to each channel!
 

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Username: Bjayjr5679

Columbus , Ohio USA

Post Number: 8
Registered: Mar-06
i understand the now words part. The amps is not 2 ohm stable. So again my question is could i wire the voice coils Independently to a channel on the amp. and what would be the results. Subs are 200rms and 600 max

amp tested at 4ohms stereo 90w x 2 rms and
max 225W x 2 4ohms stereo
 

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Username: B101

Queen City, NC USA

Post Number: 1737
Registered: Sep-05
yes a dual 4ohm sub can be wired so that each voice coil gets a 90w per chanel @ 4ohm amplifier.

it wont be very loud though, each sub will get 90rms VS 200 rms
 

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Username: Bjayjr5679

Columbus , Ohio USA

Post Number: 9
Registered: Mar-06
thanks for the advice and fast reply. I really appreciate it.
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