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Mono amp i have 2 12 inch comp cvrs hooked up 2 a kenwood 1800 watt mono block amp and they do not beat all i get is a hollow sound

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Well first check ur wireing next the amp is turned down or just bad amp let me no if that helps

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That's only normal for the burn in period. Make sure you're not running it in 2 ohm by wiring the sub wrong. That amp is not really 2 ohm stable for a sustained period

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Can you hook up two 12 inch subs to a 1000 watt amp?


need more info well you need to look at the subwoofer and see how many watts it can take and if it 2 ohm or 4 ohms single or dual voice coils and on your amp is it mono or 2 channel and what is the omhs for it

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1 OHM...ONE... sheesh now thats a low resistance for anything... If they are only 500 watts and they are in parallel, series well NO.. your amp puts out wayyyy too much for those speakers.. 1200w versus 500 watts by 2... srill NOT enough "Head room" for it to be safe... about half is all you could expect before Pop.. sound is heard.

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Assuming the amplifier is 2 ohm mono stable... the amplifier is bridgeable... and the subwoofers are Single 4 Ohm Voicecoils, You would wire them as follows....

Both + on Both subs to the + bridged terminal on the amplifier.
Both - on Both subs to the - bridged terminal on the amplifier.

This will net a 2 ohm mono load for your amplifier.

If you have something different - let me know... and I will give you the proper wiring for what you have.

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