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2 subs and a monoblock amp.

 

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Username: Cheerierbaton21

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Registered: Jul-18
I am planning to install two 10" Kicker CompR 2ohm dual voice coil, model number 43CWR102, and a 2ohm mono block amp. The subs have an RMS rating off 400 watts each, totaling to 800 watts RMS. I'm going to wire the subs in series with each other and parallel to the amp. If the amp has an RMS rating of 400 watts x 1, is it delivering 400 watts to both subs or 200 watts?
 

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Username: Ikegrizzly

Stoughton, Massachusetts United States

Post Number: 3
Registered: Mar-19
yes 400 each = 800 total combined to both, i believe
 

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Username: Derekjp337

LAKE CHARLES, Louisiana United States

Post Number: 1
Registered: Mar-19
I have 2- 2 ohm 12s hooked to a 1 channel 1 ohm stable amplifier.
My question is if they are hooked up wrong 'reversed polarity ' when I check the ohm load going into the amplifier would it still show a 1 ohm stable from the speakers or would it show an incorrect ohm load because they are hooked up wrong?
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