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1 VC instead of 2

 

Silver Member
Username: Somedonniedude

Post Number: 105
Registered: May-07
I was just wondering on this... Can you hurt a DVC sub by running only 1 coil? Say the sub is a DVC 300rms sub and you run only one coil and only give it 150 watts? Will that hurt the sub?
 

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Username: Insearchofbass

Post Number: 5984
Registered: Jun-04
yes you can damage it
 

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Username: Adam_s

Post Number: 1789
Registered: Aug-04
Dont do it. Could cause the coil to lose its alignment in the motor.
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana DD 9515d~~]...

Post Number: 5127
Registered: Mar-04
Yes, you can run 1 coil....but i DO NOT recommend doing so.

The sub will loose alot of its power handling and the T/S parameters of the sub will be totally different.

Stick w/ runnin both coils.
 

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Username: Rovin

4 10 Pioneer...

Post Number: 11892
Registered: Jul-05
^^^exactly i agree ....
 

Bronze Member
Username: Visitor

Middleofnowhere, Minnesota USA

Post Number: 50
Registered: Jul-07
Steinke- How do you figure that running one coil would cause misalignment of the coil?

yes, it is a bad idea. canaan is right. you change many parameters.. just sell the sub (or amp) and get one that suits your needs
 

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Username: Th3pwn3r

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Post Number: 3984
Registered: Jul-06
"Steinke- How do you figure that running one coil would cause misalignment of the coil? "

Once the coil unravels rofl.
 

Bronze Member
Username: Visitor

Middleofnowhere, Minnesota USA

Post Number: 51
Registered: Jul-07
lol.. must think that teh left side of the coil and the right side each have there own coil.. lol..

seriously steinke- Coils are wrapped around the former. there is no "left side, right side" on the winding. i can provide pics if that would help you?
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