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1 amp with 2 channels, 1 sub... series or parallel?

 

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Username: Vctrmaso

Clifton, New Jersey USA

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Registered: May-05
I have a rockford p8002. Its a 2 channel amp that i want to run bridged with my one 12" L7 kicker. I was wondering weather i should run it parallel or series, and whats the difference between the two configs. The specs on the amp are here http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/products/ez2rockford/ModelInfo/ModelInfo.asp?Item Key=10063523&CategoryDesc=Punch%20Amplifiers
 

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Username: Vctrmaso

Clifton, New Jersey USA

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Registered: May-05
if you guys need more info ill post it
 

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Username: Touche6784

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maybe its becuase this is the wrong section. your question i am guessing is a car audio question. go to the car audio section.
 

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Username: Music_man

Post Number: 2
Registered: May-05
Alrighty, with parallel the votage stays the same across all the loads, with series the amprage stays the same across all the loads. Although you may think series is the way to go, the thing is with audio, that amprage would only apply to the first pair, hence i would recommend parallel. Plus with parallel if one goes out the other ones dont, therefor if you have a problem its alot easyier to find which one, much like with those annoying christmas lights, if their in series they all go out =*(
 

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Username: Music_man

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sorry, its soppose to say voltage****
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