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Username: Blainew

Post Number: 1521
Registered: Nov-05
i have two dual 2 ohm subs.

they are in a sealed box with separate compartments for each sub.

each sub has its own terminal cup on the sub box.

can i wire each sub to 4 ohms ( so there would be a 4 ohm load at each terminal cup)

and then wire the two terminal cups together to make a 2 ohm load????
 

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Username: Cenus

4, 2 0

Post Number: 2288
Registered: Jan-05
uh ya.
 

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 921
Registered: Mar-06
yes
 

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Username: Stnorris

IA US

Post Number: 1352
Registered: Apr-06
yes.
 

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Username: Dustin3

Tigard, OR U.S.

Post Number: 3446
Registered: Oct-05
lol. you should know this... you have been on the forum for long enough blaine
 

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Username: Blainew

Post Number: 1523
Registered: Nov-05
i know haha

just had to make sure.....for some weird reason i thought it may not be okay..but now that i think about it...its obviosly the same as wiring the subs
 

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Username: Blainew

Post Number: 1524
Registered: Nov-05
in this case....

cant i just put both 4 ohm loads into the RE 12.1 amp

like each positive to each negative.....wont the amp then see one 2 ohms??
 

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Username: Blainew

Post Number: 1525
Registered: Nov-05
wont the amp then see 2 ohms?*
 

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Username: Killer44

Ontario Canada

Post Number: 642
Registered: Dec-04
two 4ohm loads presented to a mono amp will make the amp run @ 2ohms....so yes it will see 2ohms...
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 5544
Registered: Oct-05
no don't do it. you are gonna blow your subs.
 

Gold Member
Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 5545
Registered: Oct-05
i was joking incase someone thougt i was serious.]
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