Ohms question


Bronze Member
Username: Homercleeze

Post Number: 43
Registered: Mar-06
if i have two 4 ohm 6x9's, what are the options to wire them?? sorry this is a complete n00b question, but i just want to be sure b4 i go buy a 2 channel amp for em. thanks for any input

Gold Member
Username: Tjmutlow

Post Number: 2685
Registered: Sep-05
on a 2 channel, omne speaker per channel.....can not bridge it....

Bronze Member
Username: Homercleeze

Post Number: 45
Registered: Mar-06
so what ohm load would that give me? thanks for the help ty

Silver Member
Username: Troy81

Tavernier, Fl Us

Post Number: 912
Registered: Mar-06
if you put one speaker to each channel, each channel will have 4 ohms, which is what most amps are rated for

Gold Member
Username: Illuminator


Post Number: 3963
Registered: Apr-05
What is essentially being said is this: there are no options to wire them. You hook the positive to positive and negative to negative and you're done.

You can wire them in series or parallel, but then you will have to power them from one channel, and lose stereo seperation. If you wired them as such, you would gain next to nothing unless you were trying to do some crazy install which certainly doesn't seem to be the case.
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