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new b
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How do i need to wire a 2ohm sub to get a 2ohm load to my amp, and if i have 2 2ohm subs how whould i wire that. this is on a mono amp, and i am still very new to this.
 

boister77
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depens on your sub. if you sub is has a single voice coil, then it can only be wired as 2ohms. if it has dual voice coils, then you can wire it as 1ohm or 2ohm. just remember that if you wire in parallel, you double the ohm rating. if you wire in series, you half the ohm rating.
 

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Username: Rswan

Post Number: 30
Registered: Apr-04
i think u got series and parallel mixed up there
 

boister77
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lol...i do. type much faster than what my brain can think...lol
 

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Username: Vipersbyms

Post Number: 92
Registered: Apr-04
u cant wire a 2 ohm DVC to 2 ohms. you can get either a 1 ohm or 4 ohm load w/ a 2 ohm DVC sub
 

new b
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so if i have a 2ohm stable amp and a 2ohm dvc sub then i'm not going to get my 2 ohm load. So what i need is a 4ohm dvc sub correct.
 

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Username: Vipersbyms

Post Number: 93
Registered: Apr-04
yes if you have 1, that is correct. or 1 2 ohm SVC sub. two 2 ohm DVC subs would get you your 2 ohm load.
 

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Username: Vipersbyms

Post Number: 94
Registered: Apr-04
DVC

2 4 ohm = 1 ohm or 4 ohm
2 2 ohm = .5 ohms or 2 ohm


SVC

1 2 ohm = 2 ohms
2 4 ohm = 2 ohms
 

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Username: Glasswolf

NorthWest, Michigan USA

Post Number: 2715
Registered: Dec-03
why don't you go to www.bcae1.com
read the entire site top to bottom.
do this over and over until you understand all of it.
then you'll know this without asking.
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