New subs and amp


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Username: Ameboy14

Post Number: 2
Registered: Aug-06
Hello all, I ma new to the boards and I must say that they are great. So today I blew my amp it was the MTX 81000 D and dont really know how, but anyway I have two MM2124 POLK MOMO subs, an I'm getting a Orion HCCA D2400 tomorrow with a new kinetics battery, so my question to you all is this, what is the best way to get all the power I can to the subs, they are 4 ohm each. below I have posted the specs on the subs and amp to help. Electrical
Overall Frequency Response 23-200 Hz
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Minimum Impedance 3.3 ohms
Power Handling (continuous) 400 w
Power Handling (peak) 800 w
Efficiency 88 dB
Voice Coil Diameter: Driver 2" (5.08cm)
Magnet Weight 60.00 oz.

2400W Class D Mono Amplifier
RMS @ 4 Ohm: 1 x 425
RMS @ 2 Ohm: 1 x 800
RMS @ 1 Ohm: 1 x 1200
Variable low-pass 30Hz to 250Hz
variable high-pass with INTELLi Q 20Hz to 150Hz
10dB of boost with INTELLi Q
Remote gain capable
Selectable AUX out
Fuse size: (3) 40 ATC
Dimentions: 12.6" x 10.2" x 2.4"
Power Rating: 425 Watts RMS x 1 at 4 ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio: -57dBA (reference 1 watt into 4 ohms)
Additional Power Output: 1200 Watts RMS at 1 ohm
Massive loosely-regulated MOSFET power supply
IntelliQ Bass Optimization Circuit and Remote Gain Control
Heavy Gauge Direct-wire High Current Power and Speaker Terminals
18dB/octave Low-pass Filter

Thank you in advance for all your help, I hope this will be louder then the MTX amp.

Gold Member
Username: Theelfkeeper

Stockbridge, GA USA

Post Number: 2701
Registered: Feb-05
sounds like they are single 4 ohm voice coil subs??
if so, you can only wire them in parallel which will give you a 2 ohm load. hook the +'s together, hook the -'s together. the amp will give you 800WRMS, which will match the RMS rating for your subs, so you should be fine.

check out the for more info on wireing.
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