ok remember how i said the kid used half the VC's on the subs? well i re wired them today and now they sound like SH!T! so i guess the kid knew what he was doing lol. my friend said that he bridged the subs and wired them paralell, can you do that?
you can hook DVC subs up 3 ways parallel/parallel or series/parallel or series/series they all make differnet loads on the amp. how exactly did he hook them up (example: + from amp to + on one vc to + on vc on other sub...), what is ohm rating per vc are the subs?
bridging the subs usually is just taking the + and - terminal from the amp (usually marked "bidged") and you connect it to the + on the sub from the + ouput of the amp, and - on the amp to - on the sub. that is parallel bridged.
i have no clue, like he wired the subs together, used 1 + and 1 - then hooked it up to the other side then hooked that side up to the other subs and so one then to the amp... what kind of wireing is that?